Madam Victoria Agbotui, mother of President Rawlings dies at age 101

The mother of former President Jerry John Rawlings, Madam Victoria Agbotui has died at the age of 101 according to several news reports.

According to the reports from close family ties who spoke to the media, the Ghanaian matriarch had been unwell for a period and gave up the ghost a few hours ago.

The office of the former President and founder of the National Democratic Congress is yet to confirm the breaking news.

READ MORE:Mother of ex-President JJ Rawlings celebrates 100th birthday

Madam Agbotui was born on September 9,1919 in Dzelukope near Keta in the Volta Region and celebrated her post centennial birthday a few weeks ago.

In 2019, rumours were rife that she had passed away but a statement from the former Ghanaian leader debunked the story as false.

She was also the head of the catering department at the presidency during her son’s reign.

Madam Victoria Agbotui was a staunch supporter of her son and became quite popular during his presidency

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