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President of Ghana, Professor John Evans Atta Mills has passed today following a battle throat cancer.

The man told by Prophet TB Joshua that he would have been Ghana's next president died today in a military hospital.

2012/07/24 09:35 PM

By: Jeff

Ghana -- President of Ghana, Professor John Evans Atta Mills has passed today following what is believed to be as a result of a throat cancer.

Mills' career span that of a lecturer at the Faculty of Law at the University of Ghana, after receiving a Fulbright Scholar programme at Stanford Law School in the U.S.

He was also a visiting professor of Temple Law School (Philadelphia, USA), and was a visiting professor at Leiden University (Holland).

In the Ghanaian 1996 presidential election he was selected as Vice President of Ghana, serving from 1996 to 2000.

President Mills took the office of presidency following election in December 2000, after his predecessor had served his constitutionally mandated terms as president. Mills was inaugurated on January 7, 2001. He had proclaimed then, that Prophet TB Joshua of Lagos Nigeria had prophesied his accession to the presidency.

President Mills was a regular visitor TB Joshua church, The Synagogue Church of all Nations (SCOAN). It is reported.

President Mills celebrated his 68th birthday only last Saturday, July 21, but died five months before finishing his first term.

Vice President John Dramani Mahama is expected to be inaugurated as the new President of Ghana, which speaks to the stabilty which exist in that country, especially when ine considers its other African neighbours.

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