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Ghanaians Reacts As Rawlings’ Family Storms Manhyia Palace To Inform Asantehene Over JJ Sudden Death

The entire country is still in a state of mourning over the sudden death of JJ Rawlings who passed on some days ago, but the pain and sorrow his death has caused many is still fresh with reactions from Ghanaians as Rawlings’ family storms Manhyia palace to inform Asantehene over JJ Rawlings sudden death.

In the minds of many it looks like the former president and the founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), JJ Rawlings died just a days back, but sadly it is now over a week and it is still fresh because of the love they have for him.

Family of former President J.J. Rawlings at the Manhyia Palace to inform Asantehene of the passing of the former leader.

Dr Zanetor Agyemang Rawlings, the elders child of Late President Rawlings was there. Kimathi Rawlings, the only son of Late President Rawlings and other family members were also at Manhyia Palace.

Below are photos from the family of Rawlings to the Manhyia Palace;

Zanetor and Kimathi Rawlings are part of the delegation.

Nana Yaw Gyimah reports rhe Otumfuo is expected to sign the book of condolence.

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However, there were a lot of reactions from Ghanaians, expressing their heartbreak and pain the death of the former president, JJ Rawlings has really caused them, while some were busy wishing him to rest in peace.

Below are photos of Ghanaian reactions;

Our prayer is that God will strengthen the family of late JJ Rawlings so they can pull through in this difficult time.

Is this move not too late for them, because they visited the incumbent president, Nana Akufo-Addo and even the former president, John Dramani Mahama before visiting the Asantehene?, SHARE your opinions.

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