A Human Rights Court has thrown out an injunction application by suspended National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Paul Afoko to stop the party from discussing him [Paul Afoko] in the Special Delegates Conference Saturday.
According to the presiding judge, Justice Anthony Yeboah, Mr. Afoko failed to show any irreparable damage to him if the injunction is granted.
He however, added that the suspended Chairman can come back to the court for redress if the congress takes a decision against him.
Meanwhile the NPP lawyers in court argued that the party has no agenda to remove Mr. Afoko come Saturday.
The party’s Director of Communications also told the media in Accra that Paul Afoko is not on the agenda at the Sunyani congress.
The suspended Chairman has already sued the party at the Accra High Court over his suspension which he insists was unconstitutional. That case is still pending.
The NPP will be converging at the Sunyani Coronation Park on Saturday to outdoor its national campaign team for the 2016 general elections.