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We have allowed Koku Anyidoho to mess up Mills’ legacy for too long -Nii-Lante Vanderpuye

Former Minister of Youth and Sports who is also the incumbent Member of Parliament for Odododiodioo Constituency Hon Edwin Nii-Lante Vanderpuye has opined that some group of people who are ‘real sons’ of late President John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills have watched on too long for people like Koku Anyidoho and others to mess the late president’s legacy up.

Speaking on Power 97.9FM, captured on GhanaPoliticsonline.com he said that what is currently going on about late Prof. Atta Mills where former deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress Koku Anyidoho who also served as an aide to the late president jumps from one radio station to the other in the name of propagating Mills’ legacy does not befit the memory of the old man.

He said Koku Anyidoho is his brother but for about two years now he has decided to shy away from him because he is not happy with some of the things he has been doing in recent times.

Hon Nii-Lante gave a little background of how Koku Anyidoho joined the Prof. Atta Mills campaign by saying that he brough Koku Anyidoho into the picture and introduced him to Professor Mills.

He also rubbished some claims by Koku Anyidoho that he single-handedly produced a president and stated that Koku Anyidoho can never in his life say that in his presence.

He was quick to mention names like Hon Mahama Ayariga, Julius Debrah, himself, Elvis Afriyie Ankrah and others as people who really played key roles in Professor Mills’ camp before Koku Anyidoho was introduced. Ghanapoliticsonline.com

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