The Chief Executive Officer of the Atta Mills institute Samuel Koku Anyidoho has said that although the NDC has announced and claimed it has expelled him, the party has still not been able to serve him with a letter.
Speaking on Accra-based Okay FM, he questioned about who was going to write the letter and subsequently deliver it to him.
This comes after the party through the General Secretary of the party, Johnson Asiedu Nketia announced Mr. Anyidoho’s dismissal for engaging in anti-party behaviour.
He strongly believe that the move to get him expelled was masterminded by someone who wanted to gain some political capital but failed at it.
”I’ve not got the letter, who is writing that letter and who will bring it to Koku Anyidoho. Whoever instigated that move was just doing for some political capital and was just playing around. It was nothing serious’.
”The intended actions was to infuriate me so that I will say I have resigned from the political party then later they will come and say we did not send him a letter. I have the patience so since I’ve not received any letter, I’m an integral member of the NDC”.
”Nobody can sack me from the NDC, under which clause of article are they going to sack me? Nobody, nobody can sack me”, he said.