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It's ok to laud Frank Davies but I'm labelled as a traitor when I commend Akufo-Addo; koku Anyidohu.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Atta Mills Institute, Mr. Samuel Koku Anyidoho, trusts it is an indication of the nation's developing majority rule government to see a dissident of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) offering open help to a known and driving individual from the resistance National Democratic Congress (NDC) in an emergency second. 

To Mr Anyidoho, it was a reviving display when Hon Dr. Dominic Ayine, the NDC MP for Bolgatanga East Constituency in the Upper East Region was found in the organization of legal advisor Frank Davies from the NPP side, as the previous delivered a conciliatory sentiment to the Supreme Court decided on his derisive remark. 

He accepts that is a genuine exhibition of political development. 

Dr Ayine, who is a previous Deputy Attorney General, conceded he went too far when he blamed the Supreme Court for having a "foreordained plan" against applicant, John Dramani Mahama in the continuous political race appeal hearing. 

At a press instructions Monday, he said it was not his goal to outrage the court, after he was asked by the court to cleanse himself of the hatred charges against him. 

He said, on knowing the past, he really went too far in proposing that the court had a foreordained plan among others to lead against the solicitor. 

Dr Ayine said that his consideration was attracted to this reality following the press instructions by Frank Davies, to whom he is a lot of thankful. 

Talking on Okay FM's Ade Akye Abia Morning Show, the author and head of Atta Mills Institute, in any case, communicated shock the NDC has not caused a commotion over Dr. Dominic Ayine's public appreciation and affirmation of Frank Davies. 

Blaming the resistance for two fold norms, Mr. Anyidoho addressed why the NDC discovered nothing amiss with the contemnor's lead except for acted quickly to suspend him when he (Koku) recognized the acts of kindness of the President Akufo-Addo's administration. 

"There are a lot of big lawyers in the NDC but Dr. Dominic Ayine did not mention any of their names to show his appreciation except lawyer Frank Davies from the camp of President Akufo-Addo that he kept mentioning his name. Only God knows the extent to which Frank Davies helped goes to show how Frank Davies might have saved his life from an impending doom"

“If it were to be Koku Anyidoho, it would have been wrong to acknowledge the good thing that the person from the NPP has done for me; why? So it is okay for people to have allies and friends in the NPP but if it is Koku Anyidoho and Gabby Otchere-Darko supporting the same Arsenal Football Club, Koku Anyidoho is a traitor...

“If President Akufo-Addo says something good or is constructing Asomdwee Park and we thank him for it, then people will question why I am acknowledging the President? But look at what has happened yesterday (Monday) with Dr. Dominic Ayine, showing appreciation to the NPP lawyer Frank Davies on national television”, he added.

Mr Anyidohu believes that the politics in which political parties forbid it's members from speaking to their opposition party's members is not healthy for Ghana's democracy.

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