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Koku Anyidoho's Allegations is Dangerous. It Will Shake The Foundation of The NDC- Atubiga Hints

Former deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Koku Anyidoho is proving to be a real torn in the flesh of the party he once loved and defended with might and soul as his personal vendetta against Johnson Asiedu Nketia and John Mahama appears to be on the rise with each passing day.

In his latest social media outburst, "The Bull" threatened to "tell a story of how Asiedu Nketia hates John Mahama". He also made it clear that although he worked for the former President, he could not say he loved him.

"I don't hate John Mahama; I don't love John Mahama; I worked for John Mahama".

Even before the said story of how "Johnson Asiedu Nketia hate Mr Mahama is told from the horse's own month, Mr Stephen Atubiga who was recently sacked from the NDC due to misconduct and anti-party behavior took to his Facebook page to spill the beans.

Mr Atubiga claims he had the opportunity of listening to the entire story by the disgruntled former deputy General Secretary way back in 2016.

He noted that "the allegation against Asiedu Nketia by Koku is very dangerous and worrisome". He indicated that "Koku letting the cat out of the box will surely shook the foundation of the NDC, especially his relationship with JDM and his wife may never be the same".

Mr Atubiga also revealed that the meat of the allegation is about how Mr Asiedu Nketia contributed to the defeat of John Mahama in 2016 and how he allegedly contributed to the defeat of some MPs in the Brong Ahafo Region in the same election.

As nebulous as these allegations may look in nature and substance, one cannot run away from the potential politcal injury it could cause to the party which is aiming to wrestle power from a united and formidable politcal party like the ruling New Patriotic Party.

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