The Agbotui, Tamakloe, and Allied families have raised issues about the burial place of former President Jerry John Rawlings.
According to families, they do not support the intended burial of Mr. Rawlings at the Military Cemetery.
A statement signed by representatives of the families reveal that they will like take the mortal remains and proceed with the funeral rites at Anlo State.
Government last week announced that the mortal remains of the late President, Jerry John Rawlings, will be interred at the Military Cemetery at Burma Camp in Accra.
It was announced that national activities will start On Sunday, January 24, with a Catholic Requiem Mass at the Holy Spirit Cathedral in Accra, followed by a vigil at the Air Force Base at 6 pm.
On Monday, January 25, the mortal remains of the late President Rawlings will be laid in state at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC).
It will be followed by a burial service on January 27, 2021, at the Black Star Square with full military honours.
Read full statement below;