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Sir John Wrote His Will 2months Before He Died; Woman In Court Not His Wife – Charles Owusu

 

 

 

Former NPP General Secretary, Kojo Owusu Afriyie (Sir John), the late, reportedly penned his last will two to three months before kicking the bucket in 2020.

 

 

 

According to Charles Owusu, a close confidante of the deceased, Sir John showed him a prepared draft of his will which he was going to pass on to his lawyers to be used as a guide for the distribution of his properties in the event of his death.

According to Charles Owusu, a close confidante of the deceased, Sir John showed him a prepared draft of his will which he was going to pass on to his lawyers to be used as a guide for the distribution of his properties in the event of his death.

 

 

 

 

 

“I entered his office, and typical of him, he asked me if we are closing, and I said yes, I was on the left, and he was on the right. He was hitting his table with it (the document), and he told me, this is my will; this is my last will. I jokingly said you stated last year that you have 15 more years to die; why do you keep on scaring us?

 

 

 

 

He laughed and told me that I was young and that I would understand when I grew too. He added that ‘when I die, this is what will guide you in sharing my properties,” Charles Owusu, who has been named executor of Sir John’s will, stated.

 

 

 

Reacting to reports of one Mrs Agnes Owusu Afriyie, a supposed wife of the late Sir John, who is battling for her share of the properties in court, Mr Owusu said he does not recognise her as wife of the late NPP stalwart.

According to him, even though there existed a relationship between Madam Akosuah Darkoah alias Agnes Boakye and the late Sir John, he does not know her as Mrs Owusu Afriyie.

 

 

 

 

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