Rawlings and Nana 08This space endeavours to consolidate the work and thoughts of the former President of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings. This is not his official web site, but rather an account of Jerry Rawling’s public image as expressed in participation in international and local events and as reported in the international media.

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President Rawlings and the scout delegationGhana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings, has invited corporate institutions to invest in the growth and expansion of youth organisations such as the Boy Scouts because of their positive impact on society and country.

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DSC_0181_edited-1Former President Jerry Rawlings says his criticisms of the Mills administration, should not be taken personal at all.

He says while he understands the discomfiture of the family of late Prof Mills over his (Rawlings’) criticism of his presidency, there can be no denying the fact that the late President Mills had a difficult presidency.
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jerry-photoGhana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings has in a meeting with the family of late National Liberation Council (NLC) member, Anthony Kwashie Deku stated that the 1966 military intervention did not come as a surprise to many because of the unhealthy and oppressive atmosphere that existed in the country at the time.

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President Rawlings and Stephen AppiahGhana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings, has in a meeting with former Black Stars captain Stephen Appiah, noted that Ghana’s socio-political situation will change for the better when we ensure that the trappings of fame and power do not corrupt us.

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President Rawlings in a group picture with the leadership of the Afrikania MissionGhana’s former President, Flt. Lt Jerry John Rawlings, has expressed concern about the “lightheaded” manner religious, social and political matters are portrayed by sections of the media.

He said the practice has contributed to dehumanize and make Ghanaians superficial. “We are doing too much politics with the truth,” he stated.

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President Rawlings in a handshake with Ambassador Youssef Delileche of AlgeriaGhana’s former President, Flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings has in separate meetings with the Algerian and EU Ambassadors called for an urgent need to restore global ethical and principled values, stating that President Nelson Mandela if he were alive today would have described the trend of brutal and unfair practices on the global scene as unconscionable.

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