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Enough Is Enough; Should I Leave Ghana Before You Will Stop 'Attacking' Me On Everything I Say?

Founder of Atta Mills Institute, Samuel Koku Anyidoho has sent some messages to persons who are currently 'attacking' him on social media following his plea to Ghanaians to pray for the country.

It could be recalled that Samuel Koku Anyidoho made it clear that Ghanaians must pray for the country. He argued that the country definitely needs the divine intervention of God for Him to bless us.

"I am more than convinced that we must go on our knees and genuinely pray for the President and Mother Ghana because we definitely need the divine intervention of God for Him to bless our Homeland Ghana. Thank God the President himself is on his knees praying" he said.

Following this tweet, Samuel Koku Anyidoho has been attacked verbally by some members of his own party. They believe that the words and actions of Koku Anyidoho currently seem to be in favour of the NPP government.

Reacting to this on Neat FM this morning, Samuel Koku Anyidoho asked those critics several questions. Koku Anyidoho wants to know if leaving the country will make them stop attacking him. This is because, Koku Anyidoho receives several harsh reactions anytime he speaks or make a tweet.

"Is praying for the country bad? So are we pretending to worship God or what. Or anyone can pray for Ghana but me. Or should I leave Ghana? Because people always criticize and attack me anytime they hear my voice on radio. They say I always do politics" he said.

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