• Koku Anyidoho was ‘no one worth mentioning’ in the John Evans Atta Mills government
• He filled in as Director of Communications to the late president and is a one-time appointee General Secretary of the NDC
• According to his previous partner in government, Anyidoho is acting like a drifter with his new expressions about the party
‘Drifter’ is the word Edwin Nii Lante Vanderpuye chose to describe Koku Anyidoho, a previous official representative under the John Evans Atta Mills administration.
As per the Odododiodio Member of Parliament, Anyidoho was no one worth mentioning in the public authority at the time in spite of having situated himself as somebody with significant force.
“He (Anyidoho) was seen to be amazing yet he was no one worth mentioning, as Director of Communications, he didn’t manage me, as Director of Operations, so he was not running the public authority,” he submitted on Citi TV’s Face To Face program.
Moved by the show have about Anyidoho’s impact at that point, he repeated: “That is the manner by which he projected himself and that is the way you individuals saw him yet he was no one worth mentioning in government, he wasn’t incredible.”
Vanderpuye, who proposed Anyidoho to the then-president said he will keep on guarding his expert capacities yet that steered clear of the person and mentality that Anyidoho kept on displaying subsequent to leaving the public authority.
“Koku is actually similar to a drifter, a rebellious youngster; so I would prefer not to examine him. To the extent the lessons of Prof Mills, the information we procured in the wake of working with someone like Professor Mills, I can say without a second thought that he didn’t learn anything.
“I have mastered something, I picked something from Prof Mills which has made me a superior individual. On the off chance that you think about the offspring of Professor Mills, he is a drifter,” Vanderpuye focused.
Anyidoho has been on a path of destruction with the National Democratic Congress since he lost the race for Secretaryship at the last congress to his chief, occupant Johnson Asiedu Nketia.
After a progression of blistering assaults on the party, he was suspended and later removed after two petitions were documented against him for indiscipline and hostile to party lead. He has promised to challenge the ejection by the Functional Executive Committee demanding that he was never served a proper letter of removal.
He is at present top of the Atta Mills Insititute, an outfit that is devoted to getting the tradition of his previous chief, the late John Evans Atta Mills.