Mosquito Must Leave The NDC Headquarters’; Koku Anyidoho Serves Strong Notice To NDC.
The founder of Atta Mills Institute and also former deputy general secretary of the NDC, Samuel Koku Anyidoho has reacted to the recent ‘brouhaha’ between some executives of the National Democratic Congress and Dr. Kwabena Duffour. Koku Anyidoho reacted to Duffour’s Ahotor Project and stated clearly that Dr.
Duffour’s Ahotor project is targeted to give the party’s grassroot some entrepreneurial skills. Koku Anyidoho sees this as good project that will help the party no matter the steps he(Duffour) follows to implement this policy. He sent strong message to Asiedu Nketia for saying that there is a way or tradition to follow if one
wants to help or donate to the party. Koku Anyidoho asked Asiedu Nketia to reveal to him how those traditional ways of distributing items to the party have empowered the party. He also made made it clear that Johnson Asiedu Nketia should leave the NDC’s headquarters. I Am excited Dr. Dufuor has called the
bluff of outmoded Mosquito. He says there is an established way of distributing items; what’s been the effect of that practice? Dr. Dufuor is empowering the base with entrepreneurial skills, & Mosquito says what? Mosquito must leave NDC HQ” he posted. Kwabena Duffour started this Ahotor Project with the hope of
helping the NDC party. The project is targeted at NDC persons in various deprived areas in the country. He has donated several equipments to the grassroots of the party, especially in the Ashanti region. This project is generally known to be a good one for the party. It is however believed that Dr. Kwabena Duffour didn’t follow
the due processes in initiating this policy. NDC General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia says the party is highly disappointed in Dr. Kwabena Duffour’s actions. This is because he didn’t inform the party of his plan to personally donate such items. Samuel Koku Anyidoho believes that Johnson Asiedu Nketia shouldn’t be
attacking Dr. Kwabena Duffour. Koku Anyidoho sees the traditional way of distributing donations in the party as an odd way because it doesn’t always reflects what the giver want his items to be used for.