POLITICSI’m Still A Member of NDC; Nobody Can Sack Me – Anyidoho

The founder and CEO of the Atta-Mills Institute, Samuel Koku Anyidoho, has stated that no one can remove him from the National Democratic Congress (NDC). 

Anyidoho was reacting to his alleged dismissal from the country's largest opposition party. 

On the Asaase Breakfast Show on Thursday (17 February), Kwaku Nhyira-Addo stated that the NDC has not expelled him, but "... 

It was a single person who spoke up and said so. An individual has run himself tired on the circuit without serving any notice, no formal notification, declaring that he has suspended me or that I have been sacked.

However, I believe the gentleman in charge of legal at the headquarters came out towards the close of last year and stated that Koku Anyidoho had not been removed from the NDC." 

"Because we're talking about legal problems," he continued, "you may get enthusiastic and run yourself horse on the radio and claim you've fired Koku Anyidoho solely for propaganda purposes, but there are other deeper ends to it." And if the plan was to set up a propaganda stand and provoke me into becoming enraged and resigning from the NDC... I'm still a strong NDC stoic; it's not on the tongue of one individual to say he's fired me..."

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