The founder and leader of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM), Rev Christian Kwabena Andrews, also known as Osofo Kyiri Abosom has claimed that late President Jerry John Rawlings told him he does not want to be buried at the famous Asomdwe Park.
The man of God turned politician said this in an interview with GhanaNewsPage.Com at the residence of the late President.
According to him, the late ex-President told him in private that he would like to have a ‘befitting resting place in his hometown’ instead of the Asomdwe Park in Accra.
Late President John Evans Atta Mills who was the Vice President to Rawlings was buried at the Park in 2012 when he died.
The park was earmarked to be the burial grounds for Presidents and other statesmen.
Ahead of the burial of the late leader, Kyiri Abosom insists the former President said he does not want to be buried at the Park.
Watch his full interview below: