Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Atta-Mills Institute, Koku Anyidoho, has opened up on losing the contest to become the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
He said contrary to claims that he became bitter after losing the contest to his former boss Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, he shot them the claims.
He disclosed on Frontline on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, he said he has never been bitter and will never be bitter.
He said if his incarceration at the National Security could not make him bitter, an election will not make him bitter.
Koku Anyidoho IN 2018 polled 1,625 votes after ballots were counted in an election in which over 9,000 delegates voted.
Asiedu NketiaH had endured a barrage of accusation from some party stalwarts including, former Central Region Chairman Bernard Allotey Jacobs, who urged party delegates to vote him out.
He supported Mr. Anyidoho at5 the polls, but the former direct6or of communications at the presidency could not win.
Reacting for the first time three years after the polls, Mt. Anyidoho says he has never been bitter.
He was responding to a question from a listener on whether he is bitter, as alleged.
”I am not bitter. I have never been bitter. Let me state emphatically that those who say I am bitter say so because I lost the election to become general secretary. Let state that I have never been bitter over what happened at Trade Fair. Even my incarceration for 48 hours at BNI never made me bitter. So why should the loss of an election make me bitter?”
According to him, he accepted defeat and that even shocked some party supporters who described him as a great politician.
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