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Earlier this year, the largest opposition party in Ghana, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) suspended its former Deputy General Secretary, Mr. Samuel Koku Anyidoho for alleged misconduct, pending investigations.
It seems the investigation has ended and a decision has finally been arrived at. The party through a press release made it clear that it has sacked Mr. Samuel Koku Anyidoho.
In the press release signed by the party's General Secretary, Mr. Johnson Asiedu Nketia, the party's Functional Executive Committee (FEC) after considering the recommendations of the party's National Disciplinary Committee, found Mr. Koku Anyidoho guilty of allegations levelled against him. The press release adds that Mr. Koku Anyidoho is no more a party member and as such he should return all any party property among others to the party.
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