What you see in my eyes is passion not bitterness- Koku Anyidoho to Blakk Rasta.

Koku Anyidoho, the former Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has responded to musician and radio personality Blakk Rasta’s claim that his criticisms of the NDC are fueled by bitterness rather than genuine concern.

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Anyidoho who has been very vocal on Twitter especially when it comes to painting Mahama black refuted the accusation of bitterness, asserting that his critiques are rooted in passion and a genuine worry for the party’s well-being.

He specifically pointed to former President John Dramani Mahama, alleging that Mahama’s leadership is ruining the NDC.

“Black Rasta, much respect, man. I appreciate your kind words. The only time I saw you up close was when President Obama visited Ghana and invited you to the Castle. Bro, what you see in my eyes is passion, not bitterness. JM has harmed the NDC, and it hurts,” emphasized Koku Anyidoho in a tweet.

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Blakk Rasta, on his radio show, called for consensus to calm down Koku Anyidoho. He argued that the former presidential spokesman’s critique stems from perceived mistreatment by the party, leading to bitterness.

“You’re bigger than this, and I expect that the factions will sit him down and smoke the peace pipe.

“He fought so much for the NDC, and I don’t want to see him in the direction he is going. He is bitter; some people should sit him down and say, ‘Koku, things happened in the past.’

“…when I look at him, I have spiritual eyes; I see nothing but bitterness and anger, but I love him. He is a fine gentleman. This guy, anywhere you ask him to go, he will go and he will deliver.

“So, people like this, when you hurt them, they take it so deep, and they can get extremely bitter,”.

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