Video: The Airplane JJ Rawlings Flew Under The Adomi Bridge Spotted At Kumasi Airforce Museum

The Former President of the Republic of Ghana and the Founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings kicked the bucket on the 12th Of November, 2020 on Thursday morning after suffering from a short dreadful illness which has not yet been unfolded to the masses despite the speculations surrounding his demise.

The Flight Lieutenant’s demise has come as one of the overwhelming shock to ever hit Ghana, Africa and the World as a whole based on the unprecedented and undisputed legacy he impacted during his glorious days in the military and In government.

The actual reason why JJ’s death has put many into a state of shock is because, he held his mother’s funeral rite on the 31st of October, two weeks today whereby he showed up healthier and sound without no signs of him being unwell or reports suggesting.

Jerry John Rawlings reportedly fell sick few days after his mother’s funeral rite after returning from Keta. He was admitted at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital and failed to respond to treatment leading to his death.

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He passed on at age 73.

However, history has it that Flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings as once flew a Plane under the Adomi Bridge as he was displaying his flying skills as a Flighy Lieutenant which obviously tells how good he was as a Pilot in the Airforce base.

The fighting Jet he used is known as Bazuki G-707 which was part of the imported Jets the late Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah in 1966. This historic scene happens in 1979.

The Fighter Jet is currently parked at the Kumasi Airforce Military Musuem and has been used as part of a tourist attraction at the Museum with other choppers and fighter jets.

Some Ghanaians don’t believe that this actually happened but I gathered enough prove to break silence over what the Late Lieutenant did.

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