Koku Anyidoho || former Director of Communications for President John Evans-Atta Mills, Koku Anyidoho says that nobody can withdraw him from the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), adding that he has also not left the party.
“I haven’t left the NDC for the documents, I won’t leave the NDC, nobody can push me out of the NDC, nobody can throw me out,” he said to the Accra-based radio station, MyNewsGh.com.
“As I said last week, the fact that doctors will go to the theater to perform surgery without political colours, use the Atta Mills Institute to do the same,” he said.
According to him, the Atta Mill Institute would be used to improve democracy and civic education.
“I say, Atta Mills Institute, what we want is civic education, public education, advocacy. It’s not party politics, “said Mr. Anyidoho.
Koku Anyidoho is one of the few people who do not believe the late President Mills passed on in 2011.
He was so loyal to the ex-president that people even referred to him as the de facto prime minister.
I am now a ‘fair’ consultant in politics in Ghana – Koku Anyidoho
It should be recalled a few months ago that Koku Anyido identified himself as a consultant open to all political parties when it comes to politics in Ghana.
According to a man who only months ago aspired to become Secretary-General of the NDC, he has grown into a consultant whose comments can not be biased.
He was thinking about Starr FM with host Francis Abban, who asked him if the NPP would be voted out next year. He answered that he was a consultant, and people came to him with all kinds of political inclinations, so that he could not make any definitive pronouncement on the matter.
“I’m a consultant for various political parties, and now I’m working through all political lines and doing research for different political parties. So I’m not going to say anything that’s going to affect my talk on Saturday. I told you I was billed for a meeting, so I need to be aware of that. I’ve been writing with several political parties already. He said that.
Mr. Anyidoho seems to be associated with the Rawlings faction in the NDC and has since taken a more antagonistic position towards his group, the NDC.
I love Mills, but I worked for Mahama.
Once asked if the love had been converted into John Mahama, Mr. Anyidoho clearly indicated the his relationship with Mr. Mahama was merely a compulsory working relationship, adding that love was “conditional.”
In 2017, Koku Anyidoho became controversial when he said on Accra-based GHone TV’s current affairs show, State of Affairs, that he loved Mills but only worked for Mahama.
“I’m never going to regret working for him … President Mills, I salute you in your grave. Nobody’s going to take that away from me, “he said.
He said that he loved the NDC as a party, and that “leadership would rotate,” adding that “I loved President Mills; I worked for President Mahama.”