The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has indicated that suspended former Deputy General Secretary, Samuel Koku Anyidoho will know his fate whether he continues to be a member of the party or not after about five months.
Speaking on Okay FM’s ‘Ade Akye Abia’ Morning Show, Deputy Director of Legal Affairs, Baba Jamal noted that the suspension of Koku Anyidoho will follow 4 to 5 months of investigation by the Disciplinary Committee before a final decision is taken.
“After the suspension, the matter will be referred to the Disciplinary Committee and the committee has 4 to 5 months to investigate the matter and come up with the outcome. In the course of the investigation, the suspension will be renewed every month,” he was quoted by peacefmonline.
He continued: “we have been receiving petitions every day but it is not all of them that end up in suspension . . . the content of the petition will determine whether the accused person should be suspended or not. If the petition has some values and there is a need to investigate it, we will do it,” he stressed.
The former Akwatia Member of Parliament (MP) indicated that the petition against Koku Anyidoho has gone through the due process of the law governing the party and as such a Disciplinary Committee has been set up to investigate the case against him.
“This has nothing to do with hatred for anybody; the suspension passed through due process of the law. It was agreed at a meeting of which I witnessed that the petition goes through the right process to establish the cause of that action and also establish the truth of the matter,” he mentioned.