Former Aide to the late President John Evans Atta Mills and the CEO of the Atta Mills Institute has hinted at a change of mind in his decision to dissolve the Atta Mills Institute for the Koku Anyidoho Institute (KAI), in preserving the legacy of the late president.
In July 2022, Koku Anyidoho revealed plans to dissolve the non-Governmental Organisation named after the later former president after one of his brothers threatened to injunct the institute.
He tweeted in July that “There will be a Koku Anyidoho Institute (KAI), to work for President Atta-Mills…Koku Anyidoho Institute will keep the legacy of President Atta-Mills alive. To God Almighty be the glory”.
As to why he is giving up on the Atta Mills Institute, he said in another tweet in July, “Because of my deep respect for President Atta-Mills, I shall have no fight with the Cadman Atta-Mills and Sammy Atta-Mills. Let them live with their SHAME”.
But following the Odomna Family of the late President’s visit to the Asomdwee park for a rite and their declaration of Anyidoho as a member of the family, Anyidoho’s plan seems to have changed.
In a tweet on August 11, 2022, declared that the Atta Mills Institute will remain.
“The Atta-Mills Institute lives forever. Nobody has changed the name!!!!”, he tweeted.
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