Samuel Koku Anyidoho, a disgruntled member of the National Democratic Congress has disclosed that his labor for the party while they were in power have gone unnoticed over the years.
Speaking on Starr Chat, Koku Anyidoho noted that it’s time he told his own story because people are enjoying his glory which he laboured so hard for.
“I have come to the studio like Kweku Baako with so many documents. I have not done this before. I believe it’s about time the documents start coming out.
“I have had to do this because there is this song that others have laboured and we share the glory. I have laboured for people to pick my glory for too long so let me begin to tell the Koku Anyidoho [story] for people to know what I did for President Mills, the NDC and for myself,” he said.
“This is a book compiled to give [a] picture story of the life of President Mills. This book from beginning to end is my personal work. I did this work but the committee took the glory. It’s my concept from beginning to end. I had to travel to Cape Coast to get the pictures,” he said.