Executive Director of the Atta Mills Institute, Koku Anyidoho, has expressed displeasure over what he calls the ‘continuous politics of insults’ amongst members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) that is fast gaining acceptance in Ghana’s political landscape.

To the NDC Stalwart and former Deputy General Secretary has, therefore, asked members of his party to endeavour to desist from the culture of insults because it was gradually ruining the party.

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“As a former General Secretary of the NDC and someone whose immense contribution cannot be overlooked, I expect that we stop the insults as a party, enough is enough,” Koku appealed.

“We can criticise but the name-calling must stop,” he told Accra-based Okay FM monitored by Adomonline.com.

According to Mr Anyidoho, party members must be able to demonstrate their love and support for the party by defending the principles for which the forefathers of the party stood for.

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Mr Anyidoho added that he was unfazed by insults hurled at him by some persons for no apparent reason indicating that he is more focused in life than allowing himself to be swayed by those attacks.

“People can resort to calling me names but that doesn’t matter. I will continue to stand for the principles I believe in and want to be remembered for that,” he said.