People are indeed very smart at detecting errors. Today have been very busy as a day specially set aside to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the late Prof John Evans Atta Mills.
Though the renovation of the Asomdwee Park has added value to the celebration, many Ghanaians have reacted to the missing name of the person we are celebrating on his statue. The name of Nana Akufo-Addo and Mr Anyidoho have rather been boldly written on the statue. This has prompted many reactions on social media with some people questioning who are actually we are remembering today.
Some were questioning whether we are remembering those who renovated the place or we are remembering the dead.
Truly, at glance at the statue of the late president should give a brief history if not at all, his name on the statue. But unfortunately his name have completely not appeared on the statue. This raised the question of who will stand there to tell tourist that the statue represent the late President John Evans Atta Mills.
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