Nduom commends Cadman Mills for revealing secret about Atta Mills’ death

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Dr.-Nduom-620x330Founder of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP), Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom has commended Dr Cadman Mills, brother of the late John Evans Atta Mills for opening up on some of the circumstances surrounding the death of the President in July 2012.

“Thank you, Brother Mills. Thank you for telling us the truth you know. Some said we should not talk. But your brother was our President and we needed and still need to know what happened to him. I maintain my position that some used him for their personal, political and material benefit when he needed them to take care of him. He was NDC and I am PPP but we will both be forever Ghanaians. Thank you,” Dr Nduom’s post on Facebook read.

Dr Cadman Mills in an interview on Starr FM intimated that his brother was not treated well by his handlers at the presidency in his last days.

He expressed that handlers of his brother hid his ailment for political expediency adding, that the government has treated the former President, ”shabbily” after his death.

According to Dr. Atta Mills, almost five years after his brother’s demise, government is yet to disclose to the family what the late president is entitled to as an Article 71 office holder.

“My brother got very sick and was in South Africa in 2005 and he had treatment in South Africa and part of the effect of the treatment that he had was that progressively it affected his vision and affected his hearing a little bit. Otherwise, the treatment was extremely successful and he was getting progressively better. The only problem he had was [with] his vision and even that was getting better with time. We were very conscious of the sickness he had in 2005, and, therefore, he regularly had medical checkups to confirm that everything was ok,” Dr Atta Mills told Bola Ray on Starr Chat, Wednesday.

He added: “Now, some things were happening that I must be very honest I wasn’t happy about. Fiifi, as I called him, was very open, very honest and he’ll sit down with you and tell you in gory detail what his prognosis was, what the diagnosis of his disease was.

“He’s not somebody who will hide things, but for some strange reason, they decided that politically it was not allowable for people to know that he was sick. …Before that I went to China and when I came back I couldn’t recognise my brother, he was not even coherent. He was very visibly sick and I’d never seen him like that before and I said we had to evacuate him immediately. …We had to go to the U.S and that is when they started telling me that elections are going to be soon and politically it was not right. …That was the first time I was very disrespectful of the Presidency.

“I told them my peace of mind and I decided we had to go to the USA. What really got me furious was that they said he was going to the U.S for a routine medical checkup and I said what are you people talking about. My brother is a human being, he’s not well. …I wanted him to take the time necessary to get well. The fact of your being a president doesn’t mean you don’t get sick and what is political about getting sick but you see the narrative had been developed for a long time that he was a very sick man, he was on the verge of death at any given time, all of these were not true. ”

“Whatever got him ill, was it in April or May, was something I’d never seen before. Surely enough we went to the US and lucky enough they detected very quickly what’s causing it and he got much better. I was very angry with him when he came back and he wanted to show everybody that he was well. …I confronted him on a lot of things including that.


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