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Koku Anyidoho Is Good For Nothing…”He Is Full Of Garbage”!   
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The Ashanti Regional Chairman for the New Patriotic Party, Mr. Antwi Boasiako has switched over to the defensive mode following threats by Koku Anyidoho to sue the New Patriotic Party’s Vice Presidential nominee for failing to provide evidence for his bloated voter register claims.

He has admonished Mr. Anyidoho not to be “fooled” by the “unwise counsel” given by his General Secretary, Asiedu-Nketia that “any idiot can go to court in a democratic state”.

Speaking to Peacefmonline.com, Mr. Antwi Boasiako claimed Mr. Anyidoho who is trying very hard to please President Mahama would not only lose in court but “would further deepen the notion that he is a good for nothing executive of the NDC.”

That guy is good for nothing. I wonder why the NDC chose him as a deputy General Secretary. He is full of garbage and I want him to know if his parents haven’t told him that”, Mr. Bernard Antwi Boasiako popularly known as Chair Wontumi said.

Mr. Anyidoho, who is the Dep General Secretary of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) in an interview with Okay FM on Friday, June 29, 2016 revealed that he has spoken to his lawyers and is preparing to take Dr. Bawumia on for failing to provide evidence to support his assertion that the current electoral roll is bloated.

He openly called Dr. Bawumia a liar and challenged him to fix his waning credibility.

To matters worse, he blamed him for causing the woes of the Montie trio who are spending four months in jail for contemptuous statements against the Supreme Court.
Source: Chris Joe Quaicoe/ email: [email protected]

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