Allotey Jacobs a former NDC Chairman in the Central Region and a regular panel member for the Wednesday show has clashed with the leadership of his party for some of the comments and views he has shared on the show in recent times.
This has not gone down well with the NDC who wrote to Peace FM to strip him of the opportunity of representing the party on the show.
The NDC has described his recent comments on national issues as against the party and a ‘sell out’.
However Sefa-Kayi says he can’t grant the wish of the NDC and drop Allotey Jacobs from the show.
“This is a man commuting from Cape Coast to Accra in odd hours just to take part in my show, I can’t drop him,” he told DGN Online.
He appears on the show with Abdul Malik Kweku Baako Jnr, editor in chief of the New Crusading Guide, Kwamena Duncan, Central regional minister and another NDC representative.
The NDC has also written formally to Peace Fm, withdrawing NDC participation on the Kokroko show until the former Central regional chairman is dropped from the show
“The National Communication Bureau of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) wishes to inform all its communicators, media monitors, and officials that the party has boycotted Peace (104.3) FM’s morning show (Kookrokoo) effective today, Wednesday, 6th May 2020,” Sammy Gyamfi, said in a statement
The NDC in a letter on May 6, 2020 announced it had suspended Allotey Jacobs from the party due to his persistent anti-party conduct.