The families of the late J.J Rawlings say they will demand his remains after the State Funeral.

The Agbotui, Tamakloe and Allied families, insist other traditional rites ought to be performed before his burial.

This was contained in a letter jointly signed by the Secretary and Chairman, Napoleon Kwame Agbotui and Godson Agbotui, respectively delivered to the Presidency on Tuesday 19th January.

Per the letter, the mortal remains of the ex-President is expected to be delivered to them to perform the traditional rites scheduled for 29th and 30th of January, a departure from the original arrangement initially set for 22nd and 23rd January ahead of the state’s funeral performance.


Source: Ghana/