The former deputy general secretary of the NDC, Samuel Koku Anyidoho has threatened to expose the general secretary of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia. In his recent post on Twitter, Samuel Koku Anyidoho revealed that he will soon organise a press conference and expose Asiedu Nketia. He added that he will explain to the NDC the reason Asiedu Nketia is not suitable to be the party's chairman.
"I will soon hold a press conference and tell the nation why it would be dangerous for the democracy of Ghana to all a perfidious character like Asiedu-Nketiah, to become Chairman and Leader of NDC" he said.
According to him, Johnson Asiedu Nketia caused NDC's defeat in the 2016 general elections. He also added that the TAIN parliamentary seat was lost to the NPP because of Asiedu Nketia's actions.
After making these statements, Koku Anyidoho made two more allegations against Asiedu Nketia. He revealed that former President John Evans Atta Mills bought a for the construction of an NDC School. Koku believes that Asiedu Nketia has a lot of questions to answer about such land. He also urged Asiedu Nketia to account for some monies he received as filling fees from the Electoral Commission.
"Asiedu-Nketiah; where is the land that President Atta-Mills bought for the construction of the NDC School? Asiedu-Nketiah; account for ALL monies received from EC as filing fees" he said.
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