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‘What evil men mean for wickedness, God turns it around for good’ – Koku Anyidoho reacts to NDC sack

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The former Deputy General Secretary of the NDC, Samuel Koku Anyidoho has taken to his Twitter page to react to his sack from the National Democratic Congress.

In a tweet monitored by TV Africa News, the embattled politician relied on the Bible and drew inspiration from the account of Joseph in Genesis, who was sold into slavery by his brothers, but later turned out to be a Prime Minister in Egypt.

The former Director of Communications at the Office of President under the late Professor Atta-Mills suggested in his tweet that, even though his sack may be considered as a blemish and an evil attack on his person, God will engineer victory for him, despite his current predicaments, orchestrated by his detractors.

‘When Joseph’s brothers sold him into slavery; they did not know they were selling him into his God-given destiny to become a Prime Minister in Egypt. What evil men mean for wickedness; God turns it around for good. I am a son of God‘, the tweet said.

The tweet from Koku Anyidoho has triggered diverse reactions from members of the NDC as well as some sympathisers of the ruling New Patriotic Party. While some members of the NDC are applauding the decision to sack Koku Anyidoho from the party, others have expressed their sympathies about his expulsion from the umbrella fraternity.

Koku Anyidoho, who has been lambasting the NDC on social media and other platforms was earlier expelled from the party in a letter signed by the party’s General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketiah, dated Tuesday, 27 July, 2021.

In the sack letter, Koku Anyidoho was found guilty of misconduct and anti-party behaviour by the party’s National Disciplinary Committee who were investigating such allegations leveled before him.

He is therefore expected to return all party properties which are currently in his custody. In addition, the party has also instructed him not to associate with the NDC or claim affinity to the party in any of his subsequent engagements.

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