‘This too shall surely pass’ – Koku Anyidoho says

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Since his expulsion from the National Democratic Congress (NDC) party on July 27, 2021, Chief Executive Officer of Atta-Mills Institute, Samuel Koku Anyidoho, has been expressing his thoughts on social media on it.

The NDC’s Functional Executive Committee (FEC) expelled Mr. Anyidoho on grounds of “misconduct and anti-party behavior” in a letter dated July 27, 2021 and signed by the party’s General Secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketiah.


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In his reaction to the party’s decision to expel him following his suspension earlier in the year on January 20, he associated the situation to the story of Joseph in the Holy Bible, suggesting that the party meant it for his downfall, but will not succeed because God will turn it around for his good since he is a son of God.

The excommunicated also wrote that his dismissal from the party does not hinder him from promoting the legacies of late President John Evans Atta-Mills and related matters.

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He went on to say that “this too shall surely pass” adding that “vindication lies in the womb of time.”

Few hours later, Mr. Anyidoho posted: “Most grateful to All who have hope in building a Better Ghana & Better Political Parties. Let us continue to “Cherish fearless honesty” & “resist oppressors rule with all our will and might forevermore.”

In his latest tweet, he urged his followers to be courageous in their fight against adversities.

Mr. Anyidoho is nonetheless not the first to be expelled from the party. He joins former Central Regional Chairman, Mr. Bernard Allotey Jacobs, who was found by the party to have also engaged in misconduct and anti-party behavior leading to his dismissal from the party on March 17 this year.

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