The former president, John Dramani Mahama and the former deputy secretary for the national democratic congress, Samuel Koku Anyidoho have been seen on the media in scenes or state that alleged that the two were not meeting eye to eye. Especially, Koku Anyidoho has been seen on the regular eulogizing Nana Addo and his administration whiles condemning Mahama either indirectly or the Ndc party as a whole.
These issues have become the talk of the political world in Ghana for years and people couldn’t comprehend or connect the long lasting sort of disagreement that has existed between the former president and Koku Anyidoho. In a trending post which has been made to some other social media platforms, it was revealed that there is an untold back story concerning how this feud allegedly came about.
In the trending post, the pages in a book which was fished out by the popular Manasseh Azure Awuni is still trending and making waves. See pictures of the pages which reveals this below.
From Manasseh Azuri, these were the alleged issues that compromised the relationship that existed between the two.
Reference- The fourth John by MAA, pages 63-70
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