In a letter released on Tuesday 27th July 2021 and signed by the general secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketia, the National Democratic Congress, NDC indicated that their former deputy general secretary, Koku Anyidoho has been expelled from the party following his insubordination and misconduct. Koku has not been in a good relationship with his party the past couple of years leading to his suspension.
In the letter issued on his expulsion, the actual details of his offence was not spelt out. But the deputy communications officer of the NDC, Ako Gun, has this morning given further explanation on the matter. In a phone interview on Angel TV and radio this morning, Wednesday 28th July 2021, Ako explained that Koku Anyidoho has disrespected the party leaders, singing all sorts of bad songs about their flagbearer, and refused to honour the invitation by the party's disciplinary committee. "Upon all letters served him, and all WhatsApp messages sent to him, he still claimed to have not seen them", Ako explained.
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