Koku Anyidoho, You have no business asking for Atta Mills’ autopsy report – late president’s brother
Koku Anyidoho, the head of the Atta Mills Institute, does not have the right to request the autopsy report of the late President, according to Samuel Atta Mills, the brother of the late President John Evans Atta Mills.
In an interview, Koku Anyidoho challenged Samuel Atta Mills to show the autopsy report on his brother’s death, saying that “Sammy Atta Mills has questions to answer.”
In response to Koku Anyidoho’s demand, it was stated in an interview that Mr. Anyidoho had no right to request the autopsy report.
For the family, the autopsy report is personal. Is he related to you? What right does he have to demand an autopsy report? We went to AMA with the autopsy report that we had obtained from the 37 Military Hospital. We had to transport the autopsy report there because Professor Mills was buried there with a death certificate from the AMA. They gave us the burial certificate at that point. He remarked, “What is his business asking?
Why Atta Mills Institute, a non-governmental organization, is in charge of Asomdwe Park, the MP lamented. Sunday will commemorate the 10-year anniversary of former president John Evans Atta Mills’ passing.
President Akufo-Addo will commission the Asomdwe Park following a memorial thanksgiving service, according to Mr. Anyidoho. He vowed that “John Dramani Mahama and Sammy Atta Mills will never enter the place to do anything there” following the commissioning.
Samuel Atta Mills refused to go to his late brother’s memorial service when asked if he would. “Why would I go there in the morning if I wasn’t invited”?
“What right does he have to threaten us with not allowing us to go to Asomdwe Park?” he wondered.
The late President’s family previously charged the Atta Mills Institute and the Coastal Development Authority with desecrating the body of the late President by starting renovations without consulting them and removing the tomb of John Evans Atta Mills.
But the Coastal Development Authority claimed in a statement on Wednesday that “no desecration of the body of the former President, H.E. John Evans Atta Mills, has taken place” because the grave had not been opened.