- Former NDC Deputy General Secretary, Koku Anyidoho, has recalled a fond moment he had with Sir John whilst helping JJ Rawlings in 2019
- According to Koku, he and the political rival embarked on a cleanup revolution to support the former president but today, both are gone
- YEN.com.gh has gathered some interesting reactions from Ghanaians concerning this
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Koku Anyidoho, the former Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress has reminisced a time two years ago when he embarked on a cleaning exercise with Sir John.
Sir John, a former General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party, passed on in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic and was buried yesterday, June 3, 2021.
The post made by Koku Anyihodo on his verified Twitter handle read:
"Exactly 2 years ago on June 4, 2019, I was with Sir John as he led the Forestry Commission to support former President Jerry John Rawlings to embark on a tree planting revolution. Yesterday, June 3, 2021, I was in Sakora Wonno to see the casket of Sir John lowered. This world is certainly not our home"
See the post below:
Ghanaians had a lot to say about this post.
@SirErnest3 pointed out that:
Politics is nothing. I see so much love in the picture and that is worthy it. Our politics vanity.
If you know this world is not our home, then go and apologize to your wife.
@PuotuoGodfrey expressed himself in the words:
So you're aware this world is not our home? The way you keep hating on JDM and others makes me wonder if you truly are aware this world is not our home.
In another touching story, Justin Edie Ebulley, a Ghanaian young man who grew up in a home that did not have both parents together has been able to make it to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and graduated with a first-class.
In a narration sighted by YEN.com.gh on his LinkedIn handle, Justin Edie Ebulley indicated that because of the situation at his home, his mother was assisted by an uncle who helped to raise him.
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According to Justin Edie Ebulley who studied a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies, his successes were not only academic, as he performed really well in other aspects of his life as a student.
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