- NDC's Koku Anyidoho says the NPP is sponsoring Martin Amidu
- He says he only strikes at the NDC when NPP is looking bad in the eyes of the public
The Deputy Chief Scribe of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho is alleging that, his party’s former Attorney General under the Mills administration is being sponsored by the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
According to him, Martin Amidu has been put on payroll by the NPP, in order to destroy the NDC party and its top ranking members in the eyes of Ghanaians.
To him, the self-styled ‘citizen vigilante’ is nothing but a ‘remote control’ in the hands of the NPP leader, President Nana Akufo-Addo.
Speaking in a media interview today, Mr Anyidoho insisted that, the former top NDC member opens fire on the party only when the NDC gets opportunity to nail the NPP in the eyes of the public.
The former Attorney General, seems to have wage war on the NDC ever since former President Mills’ administration dismissed him from office.
In his consistent embarrassment of the NDC, Mr Amidu in a run up to the 2016 election labeled former President Mahama administration as corrupt in the history of the country.
He also charged well-meaning Ghanaians to vote out the NDC administration in the 2016 election, if they wanted to see an end to the infamous Woyome judgment debt scandal.
In his recent epistle to the NDC top leaders, the ‘Citizen Vigilante’ blamed the opposition NDC party, for hiding behind the recent scandals and chaos that have saddled the Electoral Commission and its top commissioners.
He also accused former President John Mahama for appointing an ‘incompetent’ Charlotte Osei as the Chairperson of the EC, in a bid to rig the 2016 election on behalf of the NDC.
But commenting on the issues, the Deputy NDC Secretary contended that, Mr Martin Amidu only comes out to spew gibberish whenever the NPP is under pressure and looking bad.
“So if people say the NPP induces him to do its bidding whenever the party is in trouble, they’re justified in their conclusion”, he said.
He added that “those who say Martin Amidu is on the payroll of the NPP may be right, because he’s sent only when the NDC is pinning down the NPP. He fires some internal salvos to see how he can rock the internal NDC boat, some of us are beginning to believe that he’s on the NPP payroll.”
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