Some aggrieved family members of late Former President of Ghana, Prof John Evans Atta-Mills, are threatening to move the body of the late President from Asomdwee Park to his hometown, Otuam in the Central Region.

Speaking in an interview, Fiifi Crentsil, a cousin of late John Evan Atta Mills, expressed disappointment about the state of the Asomdwee Park as the mausoleum has been neglected by successive governments.

Mr Crentsil said; “Suddenly, the Asomdwee Park has been deserted for far too long. It is not befitting of a burial place of a former head of state, who has contributed immensely to the development of the state,”

Tuesday, 24th July 2018 marked the 6 years anniversary of the passing of Professor John Evans Atta Mills, who died at the 37 Military Hospital.

He continued: “Go and look at the Asomdwee Park, the place is in a sorry state and engulfed by weeds.

It was just yesterday (Monday) that Koku Anyidoho took it upon himself to hire people to weed the place. Is this how we can remember a former leader of this country?

“Not even the state news portal ‘Daily Graphic’ remembered to create a column on him. Every year, I have to personally go and make a paid announcement to inform the public of the anniversary. I am very unhappy about this.”

The brother of the late president, Samuel Atta Mills, who was also frustrated by the matter added that “Ghana is not worth dying for” as nobody had been tasked to take care of his brother’s grave after he was buried.