NDC Okay’s consensual sex with married women by it’s officers and leaders

NDC Okay’s consensual sex with married women by it’s officers and leaders

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The suspension of the central regional Chairman of the NDC, Prof Richard Kofi Asiedu, has stirred controversy within the party. His decision to withdraw the Assin Central Parliamentary candidate of the NDC due to allegations of an affair with the constituency secretary’s wife has been met with strong opposition.

Many party elders argue that this move sets a dangerous precedent, especially considering past incidents involving party officials like Felix Ofosu Kwakye and even rumors surrounding the party leader John Mahama.

During a high-powered meeting, concerns were raised about the implications of allowing such a withdrawal to go unchallenged. The elders pointed out that engaging in consensual relationships, even if with married individuals, should not be grounds for dismissal within the party.

Citing instances from the past where similar situations were handled differently, they emphasized the need to maintain consistency and fairness in addressing such matters.

In conclusion, it is crucial for the NDC to reflect on the moral standards upheld by its leaders. As the party navigates through this challenging situation, it is essential to prioritize integrity and respect for the sanctity of marriage.

Proverbs 6:32-33 reminds us, “But a man who commits adultery has no sense; whoever does so destroys himself. Blows and disgrace are his lot, and his shame will never be wiped away.” May the NDC leadership heed this advice and strive to uphold values that honor both their members and the community they serve.


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