You are at liberty to join us, we accept divergent views – NPP MP tells Koku Anyidoho
The Member of Parliament for the Afigya Kwabre North Constituency, Mr Colins Adomako Mensah has extended a hand of welcome to Mr Samuel Koku Anyidoho to join the New Patriotic Party (NPP) following his expulsion from the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
According to him, the NPP unlike the NDC accepts divergent views hence he could join the party if he sole desire to do so and share his views which led to his expulsion in the NDC.
“NPP, we are a very welcoming party, we accept all manner of people, we accept divergent views so if they don’t want him, Koku is at liberty to join us, he will be welcomed , why not, politics is about numbers and if he sole wishes to join us, we will welcome him,” he said.
He was speaking about the expulsion of the NDC former Deputy General Secretary and Head of Communications at the Presidency under the late Prof Evans Atta-Mills, Mr Koku Anyidoho.
The one time Deputy General Secretary of the NDC was sacked by the party on Tuesday over misconduct and anti party behavior.
A letter from the party and signed by the General Secretary, Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia said Mr Anyidoho was found guilty of allegations of misconduct and anti party behavior.
“The committee’s report (which is attached for your perusal) found you guilty of the allegations of misconduct and anti party behavior and recommended your outright expulsion from the party” the statement dated July 27 sighted by GhanaPlus.com read.
“The Functional Executive Committee (FEC), acting in compliance of article 48(1) of the NDC constitution unanimously adopted the report and accepts full responsibility for your expulsion from the party”.
“You, are, therefore by the decision of FEC expelled from the National Democratic Congress and for that matter, you are no more recognized as a member of the party and cannot carry yourself as such,” it added.
His expulsion comes in six month after he was suspended over the allegations of misconduct and anti-party behavior in a two separate complaints filed against him by two members of the party.