“Some NDC Members Have Stolen Logo and Colours of Atta-Mills Institute”-Koku Anyidoho

The Chief Executive Officer of the Atta Mills Institute,Mr. Samuel Koku Sitsofe Anyidoho has accused some members of the NDC of deliberately stealing the logo and colours of the Atta-Mills Institute for their yet-to-be-launched Mills Memorial Heritages.

According to Mr. Anyidoho, this is a calculated step by some members of the NDC to distract members of the Atta-Mills Institute, but stated that the Institute remains resolute in its activities.

He further cautioned the NDC members spearheading the Atta-Mills Memorial Heritage to consider originality in their dealing and restrain from stealing the properties of the Atta-Mills Institute.

Speaking to Oman FM News’ Kwaku Stephen during a short ceremony at the National Lottery Authority on Monday  31/012022, Mr Anyidoho expressed his joy over steps taken by the board and management of the Atta-Mills Institute to ensure the legacies of Ex-president Mills is well preserved.

A group of academics, professional colleagues, students, family, and appointees of former President John Evans Atta Mills has announced the establishment of the John Evans Atta Mills (JEAM) Memorial Heritage.

According to a statement issued by the Governing Board of the JEAM Memorial Heritage and signed by its Board Chairman and former Health Minister, Alex Segbefia, the Memorial Heritage will be launched at the Cedi Conference Centre at the University of Ghana on February 1, 2022, under the theme: “The man John Evans Atta Mills – 10 years on.”

Story by:Kwaku Stephen

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