Former Deputy General Secretary of the largest opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho is worried about the excessive and contentious hatred he is receiving from the party he has served over the years.
He claims the party leadership and some hirelings within the party are bent on doing all they can to bring him down – yet he refuses to renounce his membership.
“What is my mistake, what did I do wrong?” he quizzed.
Koku Anyidoho was tagged a “powerful person” within the NDC during the Atta-Mills era.
It is believed he was at loggerheads with the then vice-president, John Dramani Mahama after several alleged run-ins at the seat of government, then Osu Castle.
Koku Anyidoho has rubbished all the claims and insisted he was ‘cool’ but not best of friends with John Mahama.
To him, he was tagged ‘powerful’ because “I was unashamedly loyal to Prof. Atta-Mills“.
John Mahama’s leadership of the NDC has reportedly ‘tormented’ the life of Mr Anyidoho who was eventually expelled from his party position as the deputy Chief Scribe.
Koku was subsequently barred from speaking for the party on all media platforms – which compelled him to label himself a ‘social commentator’ on national issues thereafter.
Speaking on NEAT FM’s morning show, ‘Ghana Montie’, ‘The Bull’ as affectionately called in political circles, laid blame at the doorstep of the ex-president for his woes, accusing him (John Mahama) of being the instigator behind the “attacks” on his person.
“I can confidently say Mahama is behind all the attacks against me and he has not been bold enough to tell his boys to stop what they are doing,” he told host Kwesi Aboagye.