In his recent post on Twitter, Koku Anyidoho made it clear to the group that they should come out and account for the monies they spent on the construction of the Atta Mills library at Cape Coast. According to Koku Anyidoho, the group claims to love the Late Atta Mills but they still failed to account for such project. He mentioned names such as Kofi Totobi Kwakye and Kwamena Ahwoi as persons who should led the team to account for monies spent on that project.
"Let the so-called Heritage Group that claims to love President Atta-Mills, account for the monies they did not account for regards the Atta-Mills Memorial Library in Cape Coast. Someone should call Kofi Totobi Quarkyi and Kwamena Ahwoi, & Kwame Peprah. They should know a Revo is on" he posted.
The Atta Mills library was commissioned in 2016 to serve research, educational, and tourism purposes. It has however been left to rot in the bushes of Cape Coast.
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