The CEO of the Atta Mills Institute, Samuel Koku Anyidoho has served notice that he’ll take ‘hoodlums’ to court over comments they make hiding behind social media.
The advent of social media has exposed the moral decay amongst the youth in the country.
The media is, on a daily basis, awash with insults to men of repute who they would hail and hold in high esteem if they were in their family.
Koku Anyidoho is thereby serving notice that he is not ready to countenance such as he will begin to take them to court and slap them with heavy damages, adding that no one should blame him if he starts doing that.
Koku Anyidoho said that the nonsense where any urchin can just insult any man of repute who has worked hard to build a reputation for themselves must stop.
He added that he didn’t get to where he is today by insulting people on the internet and so those who do that must desist.
“one has a history, I didn’t just walk into this thing fortuitously by insulting people on the internet, writing scandalous statement about people,” he said.
Koku Anyidoho said this on Neat Fm when he opened up on who he really is and how he came to be the man we know him to be today.
“When I take people to court and slap them with heavy damages, nobody should blame me because this nonsense must stop.
This nonsense where social media is allowing a lot of urchins, hoodlums, vagabonds, miscreants, riff-raff just to insult men of repute; it must come to an end,” Koku Anyidoho added.