Photo: Koku Anyidoho now a hunter?

Photo: Koku Anyidoho now a hunter?

A photo has emerged online showing Koku Anyidoho, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) deputy general secretary, in full hunting gear.

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Photo: Koku Anyidoho now a hunter?

Ayidoho wore a hat made from cow horns and a piece of red cloth around his neck.

The NDC general secretary also held a locally manufactured rifle in right hand, with a wry smile playig across his lips.

He was in the company of dozens of other men who were also dressed in hunting gear.

Photo: Koku Anyidoho now a hunter?

Some of men also held locally manufactured rifles.

It is not immediately clear where and when the picture was taken or what Ayindoho's motive was for dressing that way. But it has sparked a series of interesting comments on social media.

Some social media users have said that the picture was taken at the funeral of a local chief.

The NDC's Peter Boamah Otokunor, who shared the picture on Facebook, seized on it to fire a light-hearted jab at the New Patriotic Party (NPP), saying that Ayidoho was on the hunt for elephant meat. ( The symbol of the NPP is an elephant.)

Photo: Koku Anyidoho now a hunter?

Other Facebook users weighed in, with one Nana Poku Baah accusing Anyidoho of engaging in "concert".

Photo: Koku Anyidoho now a hunter?

Anyidoho recently made national headlines when he said in an interview that he loved the late president John Atta Mills but could not say the same about former president John Mahama.

When asked repeatedly whether he loved Mahama, Anyido gave the same answer: "I worked for him."

The conversation, which he had with GHone TV's Nana Aba Anamoah, ensued as follows:

Nana Aba: Do you love President Mahama?

Anyidoho: I worked for him.

Nana Aba: Do you love him?

Anyidoho: I worked for him.

Nana Aba: Do you love him?

Anyidoho: I worked for him.

Nana Aba: Do you love him?

Anyidoho: Leadership rotates.

Nana Aba: Do you love President Mahama

Anyidoho: Leadership will rotate.

Nana Aba: Do you love him?

Anyidoho: I love President Mills.

Nana Aba: Do you love President Mahama

Anyidoho: I worked for President Mahama.

Nana Aba: But you don't love him?

Anyidoho: It's conditional.

Watch a video of that encounter below:

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