Former Deputy General Secretary for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Samuel Koku Anyidoho has issued a barrage of stern warnings to the political party ahead of the National Elections slated for December 2022.
He says to the best of his knowledge, he has not been sacked from the NDC and therefore is legible to vote when the party goes to the polls to elect National Officers.
However, if it turns out his name has been struck out of the party’s register, he will be left with no option but to delay the elections with a court injunction.
“Just for the record; Nobody has sacked me from the NDC and so if Asiedu-Nketiah, perfidiously removes my name from the voting register, I will have no opinion but to place an injunction on the National Election. Aluta Continua,” he said in a tweet.
It could be remembered that a letter from the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress announced the sacking of Koku Anyidoho as a member of the NDC.
This was after he was accused of engaging in what was described as anti-party behavior.
Koku Anyidoho was sacked after a petition was brought before the party’s highest decision-making body and an investigation was conducted on the allegations in the petition.