Koku Anyidoho claims he has not received any suspension letter from the National Democratic Congress (NDC), a month after the decision was made public.
The former deputy general secretary of the NDC said he still remains a bona fide member of the opposition party.
“I have not received any letter,” Anyidoho told Accra-based Starr FM.
“I have not seen any news, you are saying it, I still consider myself a bonafide member of the NDC except that I am doing different things now,” he emphasized.
Anyidoho added: “I will not leave the National Democratic Congress no matter what happens.”
The NDC has with immediate effect suspended Anyidoho, a letter addressed to him and leaked to the media stated.
It follows the consideration of two separate petitions by party members, Mobarak Abdul Karim and Eric Adjei, against the former presidential communications director.
The petition raised issues about Anyidoho’s conduct which the party believes breached its constitution.
“At the end of its deliberations, the following decisions were taken in accordance with articles 46 (I), 46(6), and 46 (8)(b) of the Party’s Constitution.
- That with immediate effect your membership of the NDC be suspended
- That the petitions be referred to the party’s disciplinary committee for further action
“You are therefore by this letter to take note, and notice is hereby given, that your membership of the NDC is suspended pending the hearing and final determination of the petition against your conduct,” the letter signed by NDC general secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketiah read.
Anyidoho is expected to appear before the party’s disciplinary committee for the full determination of the issue.