[dropcap]I[/dropcap]t appears that the feud between former president Jerry John Rawling and former president John Agyekum Kufuour will not abate anytime soon.
At the swearing in ceremony of Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo in parliament on Monday, Rawlings and his wife, Nana Konadu, sat beside Kufuor on the front row.
[ads1]A picture from the event captured Rawlings frowning as Nana Konadu and Kufuor chatted enthusiastically.
Rawlings, who did not join the chat, folded his arms and looked at the ground.
The feud between Rawlings and Kufuor dates back to the time when he handed over power to the later in 2008.
Rawlings has accused Kufuor of corruption and called him “Atta Ayi”, a notorious robber who is serving life at Nsawam Maximum Security Prison.
Recently, he stated that President Nana Akufo-Addo had shown more integrity that Kufuor, John Mahama and John Atta Mills put together.
For his part, Kufuor has asked Rawlings not to greet him in public any longer.
He said Rawlings would act nice towards him when they meet, but would turn around to say nasty things about him as soon as they part ways.
Describing the former president as hypocritical, Kufuour asked him to keep his his fake gestures to himself.
It is not clear if that is what prompted Rawlings to keep to himself when he met Kufuor in parliament on Monday.