Not long ago, highly opinionated Twen Jonas envisaged that the late Rawlings wouldn’t have died if he was in the United States of America (USA) where better healthcare is guaranteed in any day and any time comparably to Ghana’s Korle Bu Hospital.
Fast forward after the publication via the ideology of Twene Jonas, Ghanaians chastised him accordingly saying that despite the fact that the USA can boast of the better healthcare system, they still record death cases.
But it looks like Twene Jonas isn’t the only Ghanaian thinking aloud and critical as Stephen Atubiga too is making a lot of sense in his recent interview with Kofi Adomah Nwanwani of Kofi Tv fame.
In the rightful thinking of Stephen Atubiga, a leading member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) JJ Rawlings died because of Prez Akufo Addo’s failure to take him to the USA for better treatment.
Thus, Stephen Atubiga lamented that the failure of Prez Akufo Addo to do the needful caused the death of their (NDC) founder.
“But my question is…when you, President Nana Addo fell sick, you went abroad to get treated,” Atubiga stated.
“But we also have nice and well-resourced hospitals built by former President Mahama in our country, much better than that Korle-Bu they took Rawlings to. Why didn’t they fly him abroad? He is not supposed to die,” he added.
“From Sunday, you just kept him there. You could have flown him. If President Nana Addo loved Rawlings he could have taken him abroad. Blame him for his death. “That man died prematurely, and I want all Ghanaians to request a serious report on the post-mortem on the cause of his death,” he stated emphatically on KOFI Tv.
Ah well, enjoy the conversation via the link below: