Founder & CEO, Atta-Mills Institute at Atta Mills Institute, Koku Anyidoho has urged younger folks to not enable politician politics to have an effect on their stage of nationalism – love for Ghana.
Koku Anyidoho mentioned as younger adults, our highest aspirations should be to the good thing about Ghana. The phrases of the nationwide anthem and pledge, she indicated, should resonate with our spirit as a folks.
“As you grow older, you will find yourselves in situations where you might align one way or the other with one political party or the other, but let us remember that at the end of the day, it is about Ghana and everything that we do must be about ensuring that we are meeting our highest aspirations as a people.”
“And nation building is no different. Even if you have a good leader and the rest of the contingent does not align itself correctly in place and time, it becomes disorganized. In other words, the sense of individual responsibility is important as it contributes to the success or otherwise of the collective,” Koku Anyidoho exclusively told Okogyeabour Ocran on Accra-based Kingdom FM 107.7
He urged Ghanaian youth to be dedicated to their nation and get entangled in nation-constructing, counseling that they need to take inspiration from the music, Arise Ghana youth to your nation.