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NDC Hunts For Spies 4/12/2007
Peeved and scared about more leakages from their fold, the National Democratic Congress has set in motion a machinery to track down people suspected to have leaked the proceedings of its recent "family meeting" held at the Coco Beach Hotel, Nungua to the media. A source close to the party told The Daily Guide newspaper that the NDC, embarrassed by media publications detailing the proceedings at the crisis meeting held at the instance of party founder J.J Rawlings, has promised to get to the bottom of the matter.

Some personalities have been penciled down as possible suspects, Daily Guide learnt. According to the source, the party leadership was worried about what it described as the growing influence of fifth columnists and would do everything to unmask the faces behind the media leakage. The NDC was particularly embarrassed by the in-depth accounts of the highly charged family meeting where the party founder and other leading members of the party tongue-lashed the flagbearer, John Evans Atta Mills for not doing enough to win the 2008 elections.

At the start of the marathon meeting, Daily Guide reliably learnt that participants were asked to put off their cell phones, with a strict warning that everything discussed, should be restricted to the four walls of the hotel. However, the warning fell on the deaf ears of some members, raising suspicion about the presence of fifth columnist. Previous leaks had been blamed on the people suspected to be close to former National Chairman, Dr. Obed Asamoah.

However, they were shocked that after the exit of the Obed Boys, details of a meeting called by founder Jerry Rawlings could find itself on the pages of certain newspapers. A similar meeting held last year at the Kama Conference Centre, Labone Junction, Accra was equally leaked to the media, and a party supporter was reportedly busted with a tape recorder at the loo. This might have informed the leadership''s decision to ask participants at last Tuesday''s meeting to put off their cell phones.

D. Guide

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