Rev Nii Amoo Darko, former chaplain at the seat of government, under late President John Evans Atta Mills has urged Ghanaians to accord the legacy of the late president respect and honour.
According to him, the former president was respected worldwide and deserves to be honoured at home.
Speaking to Nuong Faalong on TV3’s Hot Issues, he argued that monuments like the Asomdwe Park and the Mills Library built in honour of Mills are in a deplorable state and his legacy has been at the mercy of partisan politics.
“We haven’t done enough for his legacy…we should let go off our pettiness and be a nation,” Rev. Amoo Darko asserted.
The man of God said he is saddened by the state of the nation and he believes the late former president would be too.