Your refusal to dedicate a project to Atta Mills means you never loved him — Koku Anyidoho blasts Mahama

Headlines Your refusal to dedicate a project to Atta Mills means you never loved him —Koku Anyidoho blasts Mahama

Koku Anyidoho, former Director of Communications and Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has raised concerns about the party's flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama, accusing him of showing ingratitude by not acknowledging the late President John Evans Atta Mills in any project.

During his tenure as President from 2015, the Mahama-led NDC administration compiled a Green Book listing government initiatives for public assessment.

As the CEO of the Atta Mills Institute, Anyidoho expressed disappointment that Mahama did not credit any project to the memory of Atta Mills, suggesting it reflected a lack of appreciation for the late president.

In an interview on Okay FM's 'Ade Akye Abia' with Kwame Nkrumah 'Tikese', Anyidoho stated, "John Dramani came to power and served his full term but never dedicated any project in memory of the late John Fiifi Atta Mills.

“How can this be equated to love? It only means and shows that Mahama never loved John Evans Atta Mills, and that is the truth," he asserted.

Responding to questions about his relationship with Mahama, Anyidoho clarified that while he does not harbor hatred towards the former president, he cannot maintain a cordial relationship due to Mahama's treatment of Atta Mills.

Regarding the NDC's decision not to contest the Ejisu by-election, Anyidoho questioned the rationale behind it, labeling the decision as flawed.

"If you claim you will not contest the by-election because the alleged killer of the late MP has not been found, will you take part in the general elections if the said killer is not seen and arrested?

“How can you say such a thing when the autopsy report showed that he died of natural causes and not per the reportage of some people?" he queried.

Affirming his status as a card-bearing member of the NDC, Anyidoho stressed the need for consistency in the party's leadership decisions.

Gideon Afful Amoako
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