A former deputy General Secretary of the opposition NDC and former director of communication at the Presidency who is now Executive Director of the Atta Mills Institute, Koku Anyido has described himself as a consultant open to all political parties when it comes to the politics of Ghana
According to the man who only months ago was aspiring to become NDC General Secretary, he has evolved into a consultant whose utterances cannot be biased.
He speaking on Starr FM with host Francis Abban who asked him if the NPP should be voted out next year. He replied that he is a consultant and people all sorts of political inclinations come to him so he cant make any definite pronouncement on the question.
“I’m a consultant for various political parties and I am working across all political divide and doing job for various political parties now. And so I won’t say anything that will affect my talk on Saturday. I told you I’m billed for a talk so I need to be mindful of that. I consult for many political parties now”. He said.
“They haven’t been able to fulfill their promises and they can’t do so before the elections”.
Mr Anyidoho appears to be aligned to the Rawlings camp in the NDC and has since assumed a more antagonistic stance against his party, the NDC.