The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has suspended three of its constituency executives for breach of the Party’s disciplinary rules enshrined in articles 45 and 46 of the NDC constitution.
The three, Emmanuel Ashalley Tetteh, a communications officer for the Klottey Korle Constituency, Kodzo Keglo Hamenya, Secretary for the Okaikoi North Constituency, and Stephen Affutu, Communications officer for the Okaikoi Central Constituency have been suspended from the NDC by the Functional Executive Committee of the Party in exercise of powers conferred upon it by Article 46 (1) and (2) of the Party’s Constitution pending investigation of their conduct by the National Disciplinary Committee of the Party.
The three, who belong to a group called “Action Movement” at a Press Conference in Accra on Monday, March 17, 2017, sought to bring the image of some top NDC operatives and national executives of the Party into disrepute, calling some important persons in the Party unprintable names.
Some of the personalities attacked were the former President John Mahama, Kofi Adams the NDC National Organiser, Dr. Valerie Sawyerr former Senior Policy Advisor & Head of the Presidential Delivery Unit, Omane Boamah former Communications Minister, Stan Dogbe former Special Presidential Aide and Sherry Ayitey former Minister for Fisheries.
In a statement signed and released by the General Secretary of the Party, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, the three are to hold themselves in readiness to appear before the Functional Executive Committee of the Party.
Meanwhile the three remain suspended from the Opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
It is not clear what will happen to the fourth leader of the group James Deku aka Agbee
Source: Kester aburam korankye