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I’ll Place An Injunction On National Elections If My Name Is Not On Register – Koku Anyidoho Warns NDC



Former deputy general secretary of the opposition NDC, Samuel Koku Anyidoho has warned the Party that he will secure an injunction against the Party’s proposed National Elections, should his name not be on the Register of delegates.

According to him, as far he is concerned, he has not been sacked from the Party and is therefore eligible to vote when the Party goes to the poll to elect National Leaders.

“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 will be recalled that a letter was issued in the name of the NDC in the past, which was signed by General Secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketia that announced the Party’s decision to sack Mr. Anyidoho for engaging in what the Party described as anti-party behaviour.

Prior to the issuance of that letter, a petition was brought before the party’s highest decision-making body and an investigation was conducted on the allegations in the petition.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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