He was the press secretary to former president John Evans Atta Mills of blessed memory. He became the the deputy General Secretary of the opposition NDC. Samuel Koku Anyidoho is the founder of Atta Mills Institute.
The man who has become an enemy to the NDC and John Mahama was accused by on Yayra Koku of killing his own daughter. According to the pro Mahama social media user, Anyidoho killed her 12 years old daughter for ritual. He said the ritual was aimed at collapsing John Mahama's political career.
Aggrived Anyidoho sued Yayra for defamation of character and is demanding for damages of 3 million Ghana Cedis from Yayra.
While that is pending, a US based investigative journalist has stated that he has conducted an investigation into the allegation and has found out that indeed Koku killed his daughter. According to Kelvin Tailor the murder of the innocent girl was for ritual purpose and targeted John Mahama as alleged by Yayra. He promised to publish the full details in the coming days.
Kelvin Tailor, the owner of Loudsilence Media has been credited for most of the political scandals in Ghana. He is good at exposing the rots in government and will go the extra mile to support all he exposes with documents. This makes him stand out.
Unfortunately his LSTV has been taken down due to his inability to pay for the last six months subscription. Kelvin has been pleading with the public to help pay the over 400,000 Ghana Cedis to bring the TV back on air.
Ghanaians remember Anyidoho for two bold statements.
1. Some Heads Are rolling. Koku made this statement when Black Stars were playing with Bafanabafana in Kumasi in a world cup qualifiers. The lights suddenly went off forcing the match to postponed to the following day. When Koku was contacted, he told journalists that the president was upset and that some heads were rolling. He said President Atta Mills had with immediate effect fired the Ashanti regional director of Electricity Company of Ghana. This statement turned out to be false.
2. Comfortable Lead. This statement was made by Anyidoho who was the then deputy General Secretary of the NDC. He made this statement immediately after the 2016 election. While Ghanaians were waiting for the Electoral Commission to declare the winner, Anyidoho called a press conference and told journalists that the NDC was in a comfortable lead cruising to victory. This also turned up to be false statement as the NDC lost that election.
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