The former deputy general secretary of the NDC has indicated that it is disheartening having to see some people on the street in the guise of demonstrating whilst their paymasters are not with them on the ground.
He made a post on his Twitter page hammering on the recent uproar caused by some National Democratic Congress (NDC) members who believe that the results of the recent election were rugged and twisted in favor of the incumbent president and the New Patriotic Party.
This was after the party had declared that it will not accept the results any standard. The party counted its reasons. The conduct of the electoral commission and it's chairperson, Jean Mensah, the government whom they blame as using the military to intimidate some person in their dominant regions.
Koku Anyidoho is of the view that it is immoral that the party sent party faithful on the streets to protest as they stay in the comfort of their families in their homes.
"As I continue to pray for Mother Ghana, I ask; is it not immoral 4 people who will not send, themselves, wives, children, and relatives, to hit the streets to disobey our Public Order Act, to mislead others to do so? I will continue to pray 4 the awakening of souls” he wrote.
See the tweet here.
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