Two Years Ago I Planted This Tree With My Two Bosses, Now I'm Left Alone -Koku Anyidoho Recounts

TamaleOnline

The founder of Atta Mills Institute who was also the former deputy general secretary of the largest opposition political party National Democratic Congress, Koku Anyidoho has paid last respect to his bosses to mark the June 4th revolution.

The June 4, 1978 burst late flt Lt Jerry John Rawlings to the Ghana political landscape and changed the course of history forever. The June 4 has now become something that Ghanaians, expecially members of the National Democratic Congress celebrate to mark the probity and accountability of the former leader.

Koku Anyidoho in his respect recounted how two years ago he joined Sir John on June 4, 2019 as he led the Forestry Commission to support Prez Rawlings embark on a tree planting revolution.

He also solemnly shared that after the incidence, he is now the only person left alive because yesterday he himself was at Sakora Wonno to see the casket of Sir John lowered. This world is certainly not our home.

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