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Akwasi Addo George: 50-Year-Old Man Claims To be Son Of Late JJ Rawlings (VIDEO)

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Akwasi Addo George: 50-Year-Old Man Claims To be Son Of Late JJ Rawlings

A 50-year-old Akwasi Addo George Rawlings has disclosed that he is the lost first son of the late former president Jerry John Rawlings.

According to Akwasi Addo George, he is the first son of JJ Rawlings. He claims that he comes after Abigail Rawlings, a 52-year-old woman who earlier this week made major news after she claimed to be the first daughter of the Late president.

Abigail made her revelation as per a video that went viral instantly.

Well, Akwasi George too has surfaced. He revealed that he was 8 years when the late Jerry John Rawlings was leading the country with the military. Mr. Akwasi Addo stated categorically that he is late Rawlings’ first child because his mother told him his father had no child.

In Mr. Akwasi George’s submissions, he noted that he however became a target after he was discovered as the son of late Rawlings and Nana Konadu Rawlings wanted to end his life.

According to Mr. Akwasi Addo, the bodyguard of Nana Konadu Rawlings knew of him and his whereabouts and gave hints which he thinks nearly resulted in his death.

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