Koku Anyidoho petitions CID to conduct an inquest into Mills’ death & allegations that he killed him
Founder and Chief Executive Executive Officer of the Atta-Mills Institute, Koku Anyidoho has petitioned the Criminal Investigation Department of the Police Service to investigate allegations levelled against him by one JM Ba Kwadwo and Accra Fm’s Bobie Ansah if having a hand in the death of late Prof. John Evans Atta-Mills.
Mr. Anyidoho in his petition noted that the said JM Ba made his assertions through social media following the radio host allegedly carried the same on his radio program.
According to him, open threats were issued verbally against him, as well as putting him on brazen notice of planned attacks on him in diverse ways.
“Also I am widely accused of having a hand in the death of late President, John Atta Mills, which sad event occurred on 24th July 2012,” he said.
“I am also accused of going to shrines with the pictures of former President John Dramani Mahama with the sole aim of using foul means to end, his life.
In the view of above, I respectfully report the case to the Police to investigate these very wild and damaging utterances that are directed at me by the above mentioned suspects.”
Be has also asked for an inquest into the death of his former boss the late President John Evans Atta-Mills.
“I also take the opportunity to request for an official inquest into the death of the late President Atta Mills in order to clear my name and save my reputation,” he added.