You can’t stop me – Koku Anyidoho ‘dares’ NDC after suspension of Allotey Jacobs’

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Former Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, Koku Anyidoho has sent a subtle message to National Democratic Congress (NDC) after news of Allotey Jacobs’ suspension broke out.

According to the NDC stalwart, he remains unshaken and unbothered although there seem to be hints of his suspension.

Reacting to the suspension of Allotey Jacobs in a Twitter post, Koku Anyidoho said nothing and no one can stop him until his assignment on earth is over.

He maintained that all those plotting against him will not live to see that manifest because he’s got the power of the Holy Ghost on his side.

In a newsletter that sought to ask if he (Koku Anyidoho) will be next to be suspended following Allotey Jacobs’, the former presidential aide to the late President John Evans Atta Mills sarcastically said “Is it true that Koku Anyidoho too will be suspended? I am laughing oooo. A very very very big joke of the current COVID-19 dispensation. Tweaaaa.”

He further stated that “Battle lines are drawn: I am against all who are plotting to kill my destiny. If they are against me, I am also against them by the power of the Holy Ghost. Until my assignment on earth is over, no human being can stop me from living through my God-given days on earth.”

Comforting himself with scriptures from the Bible, Koku Anyidoho quoted Psalm 91:8 and said “Gradually, gradually, the truth shall be told and no weapon fashioned against me shall prosper in the Mighty name of Jesus Christ. Shalom”

Koku Anyidoho together with the suspended Allotey Jacobs have in recent times being very vocal complimenting the ruling New Patriotic Party for their actions during this pandemic period.

Mr. Anyidoho recently praised President Akufo-Addo over his approach in dealing with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

After praising the president, he was criticised and insulted by some members of his party where he struck back saying, “if those small boys who sit under the tree to play cards and draughts will want to play politics with the COVID-19, we can grant them that, but God forbid that I, Koku Anyidoho in a crisis moment like this, having worked with a President of the Republic before, having gone through crisis moment, decides to do politics with COVID-19. I won’t do it . . . if that is the reason why you will crucify me then crucify me after all Christ died and went to Heaven.”



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