According to majority of them, the tomb made for the late politician was a waste of money and land.
Some argued that the land size used to establish the tomb for Sir John could have even built a Chamber and Hall building.
Others also argued that, since he died as a result of Covid 19, he should have been buried long time ago.
Check out some reactions of Ghanaians below
Sir John was a Ghanaian politician, lawyer, and a leading member of the National patriotic party ( NPP).
Before his demise, he was the CEO of Chief Executive Officer of Forestry Commission of Ghana.
He died on July 1, 2020, at the age of 63.
Below is a photo of the tomb.
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