NDC Has Set A Benchmark For Suspending Koku Anyidoho- Ben Ephson

NDC Has Set A Benchmark For Suspending Koku Anyidoho- Ben Ephson

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The Managing Editor for Daily Dispatch has stated that the expulsion of Mr Koku Anyidoho will serve as a benchmark for National Democratic Congress, NDC, to inject sanity into its leadership and rank and file to ensure greater impact on the Party.
“It will have greater effect on the party to have taken a discriminatory decision such that when one made a remark against the party, you let him off the hook while another person was punished for making similar remarks against the party. So, on the case of impact on the party, I think that if the party suspends someone, they have set a benchmark.
He, however, noted that there was the likelihood that Mr. Koku Anyidoho, the former Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress, NDC, would eventually contest his expulsion from the party in court.
” It will not surprise me that he will go and contest the decision in court.”
Backing his assertion, Mr. Ben Ephson stated that some time past, Mr. Koku Anyidoho began challenging the basis of his suspension on several platforms.
” It isn’t going to surprise me because he was first suspended and started challenging the grounds for the suspension. He didn’t believe he had done something bad to warrant his suspension. Indeed, he showed that he was really infuriated at that decision.”
Mr. Ben Ephson made this remark when he was speaking on Hello Fm in Kumasi.
He noted that it would be appropriate for anyone to send the case of that nature to court for the party to prove its capability in justifying that the aggrieved person or the one who was punished really deserved the punishment meted out to them.
Responding to allegation that the current leadership of NDC had a plan to silence people who were believed to be loyal to the late Professor Evan Mills hence expelling them from the party, he noted that it was coincidence since those who were expelled from the party were reported to have committed some infractions against the party.
” Why they are the only people but not others, who have acted against the party leading to their expulsion from the party. It’s a coincidence that the two leading NDC members who were suspended and later expelled from the party were the people of Professor Mills. Or was it an agenda to try to intimidate the people belonging to Professor Mills,” he intimated

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