A member of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Mr. Japhet Festus Gbede has called on The Agbotui Family, Clergy, Religious Leaders and Mr. Mensah Tamekloe to do a DNA test on the alleged Rawlings daughter.
This comes after a 52- years-old woman identified as Abigail Mawutor Rawlings stormed the funeral grounds of the late Rawlings.
The 52-years-old Abigail Rawlings who shares some striking resemblance with the founder of the Democracy Ghana is enjoying today and the founder of the National Democratic Congress disclosed that, she is the first Daughter of the former President.
Speaking further, she disclosed that after revealing who she was to a renowned Media practitioner, Grace Omaboe Aka Maame Donoko, She gave her money to leave the country in 2003 for fear of being killed or assassinated.
“My mum met My father, president Rawlings during his military training days and I have been going to the external Family in the Village and I can confidently conclude that most of them know this story better, Abigail Rawlings Disclosed.”
Military and police Officers have not allowed her access to the corpse of her alleged beloved father, Japhet is of the View that, Mr. Mensah Tamekloe should champion the test to be done before the burial of the legend for truth to prevail.
The furious Japhet call out President Nana Addo to call Soldier Under his leadership to Order and he stated that, what the Soldiers are doing to the Woman are reasons Rawlings passed the PNDC Law 111.
Rawlings May not be happy with you for how you are treating the Woman in the presence of his lifeless body because he stood sternly and fervently against social injustice, Japhet Festus Gbede warned Government, Agbotui Family and Mr. Laslie Mensah Tamekloe in his latest Facebook post.
“I am so disappointed in Dr. Donald Agumenu, Mr. Laslie Mensah Tamekloe, Col Agbotui, Ambassador Gbeho, Leaders of the Agbotui family with regards to how the thugs in military under Nana Addo are treating the 52 years old Woman claiming to be the first Daughter of our late former president.
By: Edwin Abanga