Mr Joseph Yamin, a former deputy regional minister in the Ashanti Region has questioned the party leadership’s decision to issue a disclaimer about comments he is alleged to have made.
Mr Yamin is particularly livid about the party’s disclaimer when they have not heard from him as someone who is alleged to have made the comment.
According to Mr Yamin, the party did not bother to hear from him on suggestions attributed to him in respect of the fact that the NDC will not disband vigilante groups.
Speaking on Kro yi mu Nsem on Nhyira FM, Mr Yamin has denied making the comments attributed to him, describing it as a fabrication.
“I did not say what has been attributed to me; NDC party members listening to me now can go to my page on Facebook and check out my comments with regard to party militia,” he said.
“It was pro-NPP print media who are circulating the story in their own way but my party executives needed to hear from me before issuing the disclaimer,” he added.
Mr Lamin said he was shocked when he saw the disclaimer signed by party General Secretary, Asiedu Nketia on social media, especially when “they haven’t heard from me”.
“What are they going to do after hearing my side the story,” he queried.
He said the party executives have, by their action, put themselves in a difficult situation.