Koku Anyidoho The Wasted Talent.
Dear Koku Anyidoho,
It is with great pain that I pen you this open pseudo-letter but with great joy because the NDC has filed her petition at the Supreme Court. As we say on the street, sake of the respect wey I get give you dat be why I dey write cool, like you go hear peega.. Your open display of disloyalty towards THE current NDC leadership is not only irritating, but as we say on d Street, ‘borla’.
Koku Anyidoho, you were a beneficiary of the ‘young’ who had the privilege to be close to President Mills. I was party to those who campaigned and voted for you to be part of the 2012 National Executive Committee of the NDC with the mindset of rewarding your loyalty. As it stands now, you had a loyal stomach.
Whether you like it or not, you time of influence in the political space is over. There is a new generation of party leadership that is steadily steering the ship to its destination, ie, giving the people of Ghana what they truly deserve.
Do you remember your over enthusiasm during President Mills Era? You recollect how you were bulling people about, don’t you?
You may have been the President’s speech writer, but you are not the only speech writer in the country. There were, and still are persons who have much more appealing style of writing who never had the rare privilege you had.
And please, shun dey chop with Oluman Mills. U be Ayigbe man like myself. Use your head proper. Why you dey hustle Mills in name pass him family?
I hear say you bore sake of dem say no speak for the party… E be true.. Why you wan claim d tin wey u no get?
You know the proper thing to do in any organization is to accredited to speak for that organization, being a former employee who was thrown out of the organization, a bitter one is the more reason why you should be seen at the background.
The NDC is not your personal property. In your capacity and the contacts you have, you should have been entrepreneurial. No come pour san-san for our garri.
Edem Koku Edem