For some time now, Koku Anyidoho, founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Atta Mills Institute has been a source of headache to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) as he continuously updates posts on Twitter rubbishing the NDC’s petition, criticizing and provoking the leadership of the party.
Koku Anyidoho, former Deputy General Secretary, ever since he lost the race to become the General Secretary, has been showing dissatisfaction in almost every step taken by the party.
In one of Anyidoho’s posts on Twitter, he has sought to know why the NDC is challenging the results of the presidential elections in court while knowing very well they have no concrete facts to substantiate their claim that they won the election.
“So, what was the basis for all the street protests, burning of tyres, destruction of public properties, & the loss of lives?” he wrote.
As if that was the last criticism the former Deputy General Secretary was going to make about the NDC, he surprisingly dropped another post geared towards infuriating sympathizers of the NDC.
The President of the Republic of Ghana who the NDC is petitioning in court against his election, according to Mr. Koku Anyidoho in his recent tweet, was democratically elected by the majority of Ghanaians to steer the affairs of the state hence it is his prayer that the president perform marvelously in his administration.
“From the look of things, His Excellency President Akufo- Addo has a legitimate mandate from the majority of Ghanaians, to manage the affairs of State. As a NATIONALIST, it is my prayer that President Akufo-Addo does all he can, to build a Better Ghana and leave lasting legacies,” he wrote.
Mr. Anyidoho has made that post caring less about the NDC’s strong desire to win the favour of the court.