It should clearly be noted that in his letter to Ghana's National Reconciliation Commission (NRC), dated November 06, 2003, captioned "Addition To My Petition To The NRC" -- in Kwame A. Boateng vs. Armed Forces Revolutionary Council (AFRC) -- Kwame Appiah Boateng ("Kwame Mayor"), repeated his published Strategic Idea of erecting statutes in honor of the unknown victims of human rights abuses and in memories of the Judges (and) retired Army Officer who were murdered in cold blood and the generals/former Heads of State who were illegally executed.
Kwame Appiah Boateng ("Kwame Mayor"), was scheduled to appear before National Reconciliation Commission (NRC), on December 15, 2003, and stated in his November 06, 2003 letter to National Reconciliation Commission (NRC) as follows:
"I have travelled all the way from America to testify before the NRC because I want Ghana, my motherland to heal and the brave people of Ghana to reconcile".
Ghana's Judicial Council erected the busts for the martyred judges in 2004 -- after Kwame Appiah Boateng ("Kwame Mayor") had championed his published Strategic Idea as far back on April 16, 2003, within his news bulletin, electronically sent to the News Media such as Ghanaweb, and other news media, captioned "General Afrifa, and Amedume Remembered".
In addition, it should clearly be stated that it was "Osagyefo Dr" Kwame Appiah Boateng ("Kwame Mayor"), who personally gave copies of his published Campaign Literature that first called for South Africa's Model of Truth, and Reconciliation Commission in Ghana.
"Osagyefo Dr" Kwame Appiah Boateng ("Kwame Mayor"), came with the Strategic Idea of Ghana's Model of Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which he personally gave copies of his Campaign Literature to ungrateful former President John Agyekum Kufuor, and ungrateful former Chief of Staff, Kwadwo Mpiani, early in the year 2000, (in the presence of several Eye-Witnesses at the late Dan Agyemang's House), when they (John Agyekum Kufuor, and Kwadwo Mpiani) visited Los Angeles, California -- (before Kufuor won Ghana's 2000 Election)
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