The former Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, Koku Anyidoho, has revealed that he is yet to receive a suspension letter from the party.
According to him, reports of his suspension have only been circulating in the media adding that he is unaware of any suspension from the NDC.
The Functional Executive Committee (FEC) of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in February suspended Mr Anyidoho with immediate effect.
The party in a letter addressed to Mr Anyidoho and signed by the NDC General Secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketiah said the suspension is pending a final determination of a petition by two registered NDC members complaining about the conduct of Mr Anyidoho which they viewed to be in breach of the NDC constitution.
The petitioners were named in the letter as Mr Mobarak Abdul-Karim (Oti Reg. Com. Officer) and Mr Eric Adjei (Bono Reg Dep. Com. Off.).
“At its meeting on the 20th January 2021, FEC considered two separate petitions from two registered members of the National Democratic Congress (copies attached) each of which lodged an official complaint against your conduct which is viewed to be in breach of the Party’s disciplinary code for its members as contained in the NDC Constitution. The petitioners are Mr. Mobarak Abdul Karim (Oti Reg. Com. Officer), Eric Adjei (Bono Reg Dep. Com. Off.),” the letter dated February 8, 2021 reads.
But speaking on Starr Chat on Wednesday, March 10, a month after his supposed suspension, Mr. Anyidoho told host Nana Aba Anamoah that he was yet to be communicated to by the party.
“I’m not leaving the NDC no matter what happens. I’m still a bonafide member…I haven’t received any letter from my party concerning my suspension. I haven’t seen it anywhere. I’m still a bonafide member of the party,” the CEO of the Atta Mills Institute said.