Former Director of Communications at the Presidency under the late President Atta Mills and Former Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Koku Anyidoho has been expelled from the party for indiscipline.
Koku Anyidoho has been charged of misconduct according to the party's disciplinary committee. The misconduct is said to be 'anti-party' behaviours put up by the former Director of Communications of the National Democratic Congress. Read the attached document below for more details
The letter served did not give details of the misbehaviour of Mr Anyidoho. All that we can recall is that Koku Anyidoho has been ruthless with the National Democratic Congress in recent times. His actions are always pointing to the 'potholes' in the party.
His actions are that of 'anti NDC' Ghanaians. It is not surprising that he is flushed out of the party he was once a big fish of. The disciplinary committee followed party constitution to expel him. We hope he will accept the expulsion in good faith and find solace elsewhere.
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