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I Worked Whiles Others Took The Glory - Koku Anyidoho

Samuel Koku Anyidoho, the Chief Executive Officer of the Atta Mills Foundation has said that specific people have taken magnificence for some acts of kindness he has accomplished for the country. 

Anyidoho who was the Director of Communications during the period of John Evans Atta Mills says his benevolent acts have gone undetected on the grounds that he picked to be quiet on them. 

Talking on Starr Chat, Anyidoho said he is currently set up to make some noise on issues and guarantee credit for things he has done. 

"I have gone to the studio like Kweku Baako with such countless reports. I have not done this previously. I trust it's no time like the present the records begin coming out. 

"I have needed to do this on the grounds that there is this tune that others have worked and we share the wonder. I have worked for individuals to pick my brilliance for a really long time so let me start to tell the Koku Anyidoho [story] for individuals to understand how I helped President Mills, the NDC and for myself," he said. 

One occurrence where Koku accepts he was not given individual acknowledgment for his works was during the memorial service of President Mills. 

"This is a book accumulated to give [a] picture story of the existence of President Mills. This book from start to finish is my own work. I accomplished this work yet the panel took the magnificence. It's my idea from start to finish. I needed to go to Cape Coast to get the photos," he said. 

He likewise said that another purpose behind his mission is to motivate the young to value that there is a goodness in labor. 

"One should tell youngsters that there is [a] prize in difficult work so they shouldn't surrender. So I'm starting to work that course of moving them and you can just do that with proof."

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