Koku Anyidoho gives Asiedu Nketia 72 hrs to reverse ‘expulsion’


Former Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Samuel Koku Anyidoho has tried General Secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketia to come out with any sliver of proof recommending he made issues for the late Professor John Atta Mills while filling in as Presidential Spokesperson.

He said every one of the reasons showed by the NDC General Secretary to back his alleged removal of him is “utter foolishness”.

In a letter to Mr. Asiedu Nketia on Wednesday, August 18, Koku Anyidoho emphasized: “I have been and keep on excess an exceptionally steadfast individual from the NDC – stuck to our upsides of solidarity, solidness, and improvement”.

He has, hence, given the party 72 hours inside which period they need to withdraw the notification of the removal and, subsequently, put away the proposals of the Disciplinary Committee against him.

“I hope that you shall accede to my demand such that in line with the spirit of the Constitution of the NDC, we are able to bring finality to this matter internally. Else, I shall be forced to seek redress in the courts of law that are characteristical, not partial to exercising equity and fairness in all matters.”