The General Overseer of Hope Generation Church, Prophet , Prophet Dr Eric Nana Kwasi Amponsah popularly called Computer Man has revealed that the late President Atta Mills could have survived his untimely death if his former Director of Communications, Koku Anyidoho had not prevented him from offering prayers for the late leader.
According to him, the revelation about the death of former President Mills, came to him and went to the seat of government to pass on the information but was denied access to the late Mills by maverick politician, Koku Anyidoho.
In an exclusive interview with rainbowradioonline.com, the prophet said before the late president was flown to the United Kingdom, for his last check up, he informed the Flagstaff House of the revelation.
He said the late Mills was a close friend and allowed him and other men of God access to him to pray on behalf of the country but Koku Anyidoho prevented all these and did not allow him access to the leader when he was Head of Communication at the presidency.
He also did not mince words by stating that, the late president was killed prematurely by some evil individuals- but failed to mention their names.
According to him, those behind the killing of the former president, will soon be exposed and jailed for the crime.
He said, very influential people conspired and killed the God fearing leader for their own selfish gains and soon, they will be all exposed, prosecuted and jailed.
President Mills died at the 37 Military Hospital on July 24, 2012, and was buried in August that year.
John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills was a Ghanaian politician and legal scholar who served as President of Ghana from 2009 to 2012.
He was inaugurated on 7 January 2009, having defeated the ruling party candidate Nana Akufo-Addo in the 2008 election.
The late President John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills was from Ekumfi Otuam in the Central Region of Ghana. He was born in Tarkwa on 21 July 1944, located in the Western Region of Ghana.
He was educated at Achimota School, where he completed the Advanced-Level Certificate in 1963, and the University of Ghana, Legon, where he received “Black man of the month” several times.
At the age of 27, he was awarded his PhD after successfully defending his doctoral thesis in the area of taxation and economic development. He returned to Ghana that year, becoming a Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Ghana.
He became a visiting professor of Temple Law School (Philadelphia, USA), with two stints from 1978 to 1979, and 1986 to 1987, and was a visiting professor at Leiden University (Holland) from 1985 to 1986.
During this period, he authored several publications relating to taxation during the 1970s & 1980s.
Outside of his academic pursuits, Professor Mills was the Acting Commissioner of Ghana’s Internal Revenue Service from 1986 to 1993, and the substantive Commissioner from 1993 to 1996.
By 1992, he had become an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Ghana.
Mills was also a Fulbright scholar at Stanford Law School.