The former general Secretary for the National Democratic Congress NDC, Honorable Koku Anyidoho is currently in serious trouble after his attempt in touching the grave of the late Former President John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills. The family members of the the late Professor His Excellency Evans Atta Mills charges as they send a bold message to Koku Anyido to come and answer immediately before it is too late for him.
According to the video which was spotted on Metro TV today, Atta Mills Family and the Minority in parliament are of the view that, Koku Anyidoho went to the tomb of Atta Mills in the name of rebuilding the tomb as part of Atta Mills Institute without informing any member of the family. As a result, pressure is being mounted on Koku Anyidoho come and explain the reason why he did not inform any family member before touching the grave.
Again, they are asking Koku Anyidoho to come and explain what he placed in the tomb or to clarify whether the body of Atta Mills is still in the Grave. This is a serious issue which place Koku Anyidoho in a tight corner.
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