Koku Anyidoho took to his Twitter page on Saturday to send several questions to John Mahama. He also used his Twitter page to make some revelations.
He started by urging John Mahama to accept a debate with him. Koku Anyidoho also added that he is still a member of the NDC but he does not belong to the group of John Mahama. He added that he is not afraid of anyone and he is patiently waiting for a reply from the former president.
Aside this, Samuel Koku Anyidoho asked John Mahama to explain the reason he failed to build the Asomdwee Park. The issue of the Asomdwee Park seems to have caused several brouhaha between Koku Anyidoho and some members of the NDC. Koku Anyidoho has been accusing John Mahama for failing to build the park after Atta Mills was laid to rest.
Below are some tweets he made on Saturday. (link)
This is not the first time Koku Anyidoho is "attacking" John Mahama. He often take to his social media handle to express himself about what is going on in the NDC.
Recently, he was at loggerheads with the family of the Late John Atta Mills. However, he apologized to them few days ago.
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