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Why is Asiedu Nketiah always the one in ‘trouble’ when this happens- Ghanaians question

Honorable Asiedu Nketiah is one of the most respected and cherished members of the national democratic congress. He has successfully added some values to the party over the years and poses as one of the old boys of the party. However, most of the problems that comes to the national democratic congress meets accusations against the general secretary.

Asiedu Nketiah has been accused of so many issues but the question is must it always be him? Is Asiedu Nketiah currently the only person who is to blame for all that transpires in the party and involves disciplinary actions? Recently, there have been several attacks from the former deputy general secretary for the Ndc. These allegations are allegations in which he reveals the attitude of the general secretary and the works he accomplishes in dismissing members or officials from the party.

He makes it clear and bare on how the general secretary influences other members of the party or decisions of the party. According to Koku and almost all party members who are currently against their once loving party, Asiedu Nketiah has a role to play or a hand in these issue. Asiedu Nketiah on the other hand has denounced or been silent about these issues only because he claims he doesn’t see the need to reply such comments knowing very well that misconduct sent them away from the party.

In some reactions on social media, Twitter, Facebook and other media platforms, the questions asked is why is it always Asiedu Nketiah? He is not the leader of the party at the moment even though he has a role to play in some decision makings. So why must the complaints always be about him? Is Asiedu Nketiah the power-hungry individual who everyone who leaves the party talks about and why? State your observations and opinions below.

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