Koku Anyidoho, the former deputy general secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), has made serious allegations regarding the party’s National Chairman, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, widely known as General Mosquito. Anyidoho took to the social media platform X (formerly Twitter) to voice his claims.
He accused Asiedu Nketiah of harboring strong animosity towards former President John Dramani Mahama, which, in Anyidoho’s view, poses a threat to the party’s unity and its aspirations. According to Koku Anyidoho, this controversy is rooted in allegations that, during his presidential tenure, John Dramani Mahama attempted to remove Asiedu Nketiah from his position in 2014. When this attempt failed, Asiedu Nketiah allegedly resolved to prevent Mahama from returning to the presidency.
In a series of tweets, Anyidoho stated, “Mosquito’s concealed deep-seated animosity toward John Mahama has had a detrimental impact on the NDC. JM attempted to oust Mosquito in 2014, and Mosquito has pledged to obstruct JM’s presidential comeback. I personally heard Mosquito vow to ensure JM never returns to the presidency, and I challenge him to dispute this.”
Furthermore, Anyidoho expressed his unwavering commitment to his former party and its principles, despite the purported internal conflicts. He tweeted, “John Mahama & Asiedu-Nketiah may seek to expel me from the NDC, but I remain dedicated to my calling. The days of John Mahama & Asiedu-Nketiah will soon pass, and we will restore the NDC to its former glory. Aluta continua.”
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