The CEO of the Atta Mills Institute and a member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Samuel Koku Anyidoho, has reacted to former President John Dramani Mahama’s victory in the just-ended primary election of the NDC.
Former President John Dramani Mahama emerged as the flagbearer of the NDC after the primary elections of the party, which were held on May 13, 2023. He garnered 297,603, representing 98.9% of the total votes cast.
According to Koku, Mahama’s victory in the elections was birthed by the fake register used in voting.
In a Twitter post by the politician sighted by 1Family Radio, he commended Dr. Kwabena Duffuor for his decision to withdraw from the contest at the eleventh hour.
“Thank God for the withdrawal of Dr. Duffuor. There was no bloodshed because any drop of blood based on a fake register would have been attributed to Dr. Duffuor,’’ he said.
“Let those who won by 10,0000000% enjoy their fake victory,’’ Koku added.
“At least there is peace in Ghana. Asomdwe nkoaa. Dr. Dufuor responded to the call of peace just like President Mills did in 2004. Let them win by 10,00000000%! Are we not happy that there is peace? He noted.