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The outpouring of grief both in Ghana and by the International Community was very telling.
News of President Mills’ demise spread like bushfire with people discussing the blue event. Suddenly, messages of condolences started pouring in from all quarters. We heard messages of commiserations from the Christian Council, Catholic Bishops Conference, Ghana Bar Association and the National Chief Imam.
So many things happened on July 24, 2012. It was in the midst of lamentations when then Vice President, John Dramani Mahama was sworn-in by the Chief Justice, Theodora Georgina Wood at Parliament House, Accra in the evening under Article 66 of Ghana’s Constitution to serve the remaining term of late President Mills.
Many people have still not recovered from President Mills’ death. Suddenly the pains that many people went through are back on the burner. As we celebrate one year of his passing today, it becomes a time of reflection. Ghanaians need to expound on the good things President Mills stood for.
The humility of President Mills is very well-known across the borders of Ghana. Even those who hated him to the hilt could not fault him on his humility and simplicity. Those who saw President Mills sleeping in a small room with a leaking roof at the Osu Castle, the former seat of government, could not comprehend how he could do that as President and Commander-in-Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces.
Ghanaians need to be humble and count their blessings. We always want to count our pennies other than our blessings, which is why most people are not satisfied with anything that is not money. And it is this attitude which is killing the country softly. We seem to have drawn the conclusion that money is everything and that the only way we can praise and count our blessings is when we have money in excess.
To quote the bible, what shall it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his own soul? The late President Mills stood for inclusiveness, respect for other people, love for his country and forgiveness. These are the key ingredients that define his legacy.
No wonder the day President Mills died, Ghana stood still. Even those who did not like him were sad because they realized all too soon that they can no longer flog him. He’s gone! And as he smiles from heaven, may the Good Lord teach Ghanaians to count their days so that we may gain a heart of wisdom.
God in His own infinite wisdom sweep people away in the sleep of death. We are indeed like the new grass of the morning. In the morning, we spring up new, but by evening we dry and wither. Let the peace of God therefore reign in our hearts!