It is interesting how a person whose viewpoint and relevance was indispensable in some years back becomes a total 'outcast' in his own association. That has been the case of Koku Anyidoho, Allotey Jacobs and others from the camp of NDC. Koku Anyidoho was the mouthpiece of John Evans Atta Mills then. Who he speaks for now is a mystery to be unravelled.
Today, Koku Anyidoho continued his normal ordeal of attacking the executives and leadership of the National Democratic Congress, particularly those who were in full support of the comeback of Mahama. Koku Anyidoho raised some genuine concerns about the absence of the executives of the National Democratic Congress at the book launch of one of the elders in the party, Enoch Teye Mensah. This question was responded with strong questions and it was a response of equalization.
1. Why was ET Mensah missing in NDC events?
2. Can you attend a program without invitation?
3. Why is Koku not asking why E T is an NPP government appointee?
These are serious questions that need answers.
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