Mahama wasn’t invited to Queen Elizabeth’s funeral because he’s corrupt – Chairman Wontumi

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When asked why he believes former president John Mahama was not invited to attend Queen Elizabeth’s burial, Chairman Wontumi of the NPP Ashanti Regional Committee was blunt.

He claims that the Royal family did not invite the Former President to the Queen’s funeral because they do not want to be associated with foreign leaders of dubious character.

He claims that the Queen’s family didn’t extend an invitation to John Mahama because of his crooked character, including the Airbus issue.

It was revealed by Chairman Wontumi to Wontumionline.

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The Royal Family is held in high regard, thus they probably wouldn’t be friends with anybody who became famous abroad via shady dealings.

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They didn’t invite Mr. John Mahama because they know who Government Official One is in the Airbus controversy, Wontumi remarked.

On the other hand, John Mahama signed Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip’s book of condolences.

Mahama stated, “An era has come to an end,” in a Facebook post. A phenomenal female leader has received worldwide acclaim. She was the commonwealth, a self-appointed ambassador who worked to unite different countries. For instance, consider her trips to Ghana in 1961 and 1999.

“In 2014, my wife and I paid a visit to Buckingham Palace, and I still vividly remember our conversation with the Queen. Her poise and elegance are striking. She was funny and very clear in her reasoning. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, farewell.

As a reminder, Queen Elizabeth II’s reign of 70 years and 214 days is the longest of any British monarch, the longest documented of any female head of state in history, and the second-longest verifiable reign of any sovereign in history.

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