Lovey-dovey photo of JJ Rawlings and Nana Konadu in their early 30s pops up

Lovey-dovey photo of JJ Rawlings and Nana Konadu in their early 30s pops up days after his burial started.

This comes after rumors went rife on social media that Rawlings probably did not have any love life Konadu.

Although the picture is faded, one can clearly see Jerry John Rawlings and Nana KOnadu beautifully seated with their arms tied around each other.

The former President has four children including three girls named Zanetor, Yaa Asantewaa, Amina, and Kimathi Rawlings who is the only male child.

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But 3 new children have popped in 3days after his burial started.

Rawlings died in the nation’s capital on Nov. 12, aged 73, after a short illness.

Have a look at their throwback photo below.

Lovey-dovey photo of JJ Rawlings and Nana Konadu in their early 30s pops up

Meanhwile, I wanted J.J Rawlings to give his life to Christ, Abigail Rawlings, Rawlings’ “first daughter” has disclosed her plans before the demise of the former prsident.

Abigail Rawlings, a 52-year-old woman, her mother met her late father in his military days but he demanded to keep their relationship secret. In the course of their affair, her mother became pregnant but the former president denied responsibility.

In a new interview on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem show, Abigail disclosed she had wanted the former to be a staunch Christian before his death which took them by surprise.

Although people knew he was a Christian worshipped at the Holy Spirit Cathedral, Adabraka in Accra, Abigail said she wanted him to very proud and uphold the faith.

“All my efforts to see him were to preach the salvation message.  I wanted him to have a great relationship with Christ because a lot of things were not going on well and I am convinced things could have gotten better if I had seen him,” she explained.

Abigail noted that even after knowing who her real father was, she couldn’t meet him till his demise.