Alex Segbefia, Chairman of the Board of the John Evans Atta Mills Memorial Heritage, stated that the effort has been planned for a long time.
“As you know, this has been in the planning for a while and today culminates in the launch of the Heritage in memory of our late Professor Mills,” the former Minister of Health said in an interview with TV3’s Martin Asiedu Darteh ahead of the launch of the Heritage on Tuesday February 1 at the Cedi Conference Centre at the University of Ghana on February 1 2022, under the theme: “The man John Evans Atta Mills – 10 years on.”
“I don’t want to detract from the mood, music, and sheer ecstasy that exists in this hall, so I’m not going to say much in the speeches that will be delivered and afterwards.” I’ll ask everyone to tune in to TV3.
The event commemorates the late Professor Mills’ ten-year anniversary.
Former President Mahama is set to create the non-profit, non-partisan organization, which will be based on Professor Mills’ passion for inclusivity, transparency, and accountability, as well as his never-ending search for peace and a better society.
“There will be thematic presentations by Professor Akua Kuenyehia, former President of the International Criminal Court, the Hague, Professor Francis Dodoo, a former Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana and four-time Olympian, and Dr Esther Ofei-Aboagye, a former Director of the Institute of Local Government Studies,” according to a statement issued earlier by the Governing Board of the JEAM Memorial Heritage and signed by Mr Alex Segbe