‘I weep for my beloved party’ – Koku Anyidoho on change in NDC parliamentary leadership

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The former Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Samuel Koku Anyidoho, has criticised Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, National Chairman of the NDC for masterminding recent changes in the leadership of the minority in parliament.

According to him, the party chairman is having a hidden agenda for facilitating the changes of the leadership of the minority.

In a series of tweets, Koku Anyidohu asserted that Johnson Aseidu Nketiah did not consult the leadership of the minority caucus before carrying out the reshuffling process.

“Mosquito, you are the NDC’s chairman and leader, so if you have no hidden perfidious agenda, why were you not bold enough to speak directly to the leadership of the minority and the whole caucus? which elders did you send? tweaa! You can run but cannot hide,” part of his tweet read.

The NDC in a statement signed by the General Secretary, Fifi Kwetey announced that it has made changes to the leadership of the minority in parliament.

The former Deputy Minister of Finance, Dr Cassiel Ato Forson, has been appointed as the Minority Leader in the 8th Parliament of Ghana’s Fourth Republic.

Kofi Armah Buah is also the Deputy Minority Chief Whip. Kwame Agbodza takes over as Chief Whip.

Ahmed Ibrahim, MP for Banda, has been maintained as the First Deputy Minority Chief Whip, while Comfort Doyo Cudjoe-Ghansah, MP for Ada, is the Second Deputy Minority Chief Whip.

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