Ghanaians are still in grief as the pain of the demise of the late President, John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills still lingers. There have been barrage of messages from sympathisers in and outside the country since; from Heads of state, Celebrities, among others who share with the country the tears.
Known as the unassailable Musical Group in Ghana, the ‘Ajei’ hit composers, Refuse To Be Broke (R2Bess), has joined the list of celebrities who have expressed to the family of the late President and the entire Nation the excruciating pain this unexpected time has brought.
Speaking to this reporter, the ‘Ara’ Refix writer, Criss Waddle, a member of the group posited that, the group members are in conundrum as believing the sudden death of the President is something difficult to comprehend. “We are still in shock after a week and some days and find it hard to believe this”, Criss Waddle added.
“Our heart out most especially to the former First Lady, Mrs Ernestina Naade Mills, the entire family of the Atta Mills family and Ghana as a whole. We at R2Bees are with you in prayers and in tears at this unbearable time. We say God knows best and He does things in His own time, so lets all rest in the fact that President Atta Mills is in Heaven and having a great time. Our condolence to the whole Ghana at large”, Criss Waddle eulogized on behalf of the Hi-Life hit song, ‘Odo’ composers, R2Bees.
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