Kwame Nkrumah was a Ghanaian Politician, Political theorists and a Revolutionary. He was the first Prime Minister and President of Ghana having led the Gold coast to independence from Britain in 1957. An influencial advocate of Pan Africanism. He was the founding member of the organization of Africa Unity and winner of the Lenin Peace price from the Soviet Union in 1962.
So the mystery remains that there was no postmortem. But I Know what I think about it. And one day, I hope it will all be clear though. I wrote down exactly what I saw and experienced and I am sure it will make sense to a real medical person one day. It needs a medical person and a historian to realize that these things were possible. And it’s only really now, many years later really, that people have become accustomed to these sort of dirty tricks that had been played for years and years.
Well, I’m a historian and I deal in facts. I don’t make up things, I know what I saw and I know what I think and there plenty of evidence, that I have and have recorded which hasn’t all been published yet to justify, I think, what I believe happened. And his body is still lying in Accra. One day perhaps they can test the hair of his head or something like that. It maybe possible to prove poison. But I have recorded everything I can remember; every small sentiment and the circumstances. So it’s all there one day for students of history; African history.
-June Milne, historian and publisher for Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah. Died 2018 at the age of 101.
“Who killed Kwame Nkrumah?” The body is still lying in Accra. The mystery shall be solved one day.