It seems the aftermath of the 2016 elections are not over as the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has suspended three constituency executives in the Greater Accra Region.
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According to party heads, the suspended executives were blaming some national executives for the party’s defeat in the 2016 elections.
Emmanuel Ashalley Tetteh, Communications Officer, Klottey Korle; Kodzo Keglo Hamenya, Secretary, Okaikoi North; and Stephen Afutu, Communications Officer, Okaikoi Central are the unfortunate victims of the suspension.
The three have been accused of breaking the code of conduct and the disciplinary code of the NDC Constitution (Article 45 and 46).
They reportedly went behind the back of the Kwesi Botchway Committee which was set up to investigate why the party lost the 2016 elections and making "loose" comments.. This was made known in a statement signed by General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia.
This is not the first time NDC party members have been found to be in some disagreement.
The party’s National Organiser, Mr Kofi Adams, recently sued Network Broadcasting Limited, operators of Accra-based Radio Gold and four members of the party jointly and severally for calling him a useless thief who cause the defeat of the party in 2016.