Why was Prof. Mills’ bust designed with brown clothing?
Why was Prof. Mills' bust designed with brown clothing since I never saw him wearing it? – Haruna Iddrisu quizzes
Why was Prof. Mills’ bust designed with brown clothing since I never saw him wearing it? – Haruna Iddrisu quizzes
Haruna Iddrisu, the head of the minority caucus in parliament, has questioned why the late Professor Mills is shown in brown clothing on the memorial that was created in his honor.
On Sunday, July 24, H.E. Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo paid a visit to the late Prof. Mills’ gravesite at Asomdwe Park with other dignitaries, including former President John Dramani Mahama.
At the ceremony, the President dedicated a colossal statue in memory of the late President together with the refurbished tomb.
But the wrong things have been making the bust popular on social media and in other media.
The color of the clothing he was given is the most recent statement from the Minority Leader.
He said that he had never saw the late President donning brown clothing, and he questioned whose idea it had been for the artwork.
Regardless, he said, “I never even saw professor Mills in that type of brown clothes.”
The Minority Leader expressed worries over the late President’s name not appearing on the bust at a news conference today, Monday, July 25, and he urged the government to remedy the error right once.
“Instead of listing who unveiled the bust or who provided assistance, you should provide the name of the individual it honors. Those inscriptions ought to be changed right now to include the late President’s name; they are just inappropriate.
If it weren’t for Atta Mills’ calm demeanor, we would have gone there right away to fix it ourselves. The bust’s identity must be known by visitors to Asomdwoe Park, the Minority Leader said.