- Paul Afoko’s case against NPP adjourned to March 24.
- The Court to determine legitimacy of two members on the NPP's Disciplinary Committe.
- Paul Afoko sued the NPP in 2015 after the party suspended him as chairman, describing his suspension as “unconstitutional.”
An Accra High Court on Wednesday adjourned the case involving suspended National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Paul Afoko contesting his suspension.
Mr Afoko is challenging amongst others the status of some two members of the NPP; the two Alhaji Short and Gifty Kusi had their legitimacy and appointment on the disciplinary Committe challenged in the suit filed by Paul Afoko over suspension in 2015.
According to him, the two do not have the right to demand his removal since they are not properly appointed members of the Committee.
In court today to support the NPP were stalwarts of the party - former Chief of Staff under the Kufour Administration, Kwadwo Mpiani, the Chairman of the Council of Elders; CK Tedam, former Accra Mayor; Stanley Adjiri Blankson and Sheikh IC Quaye.
Mr. Paul Afoko in 2015 filed a suit challenging his suspension as National Chairman of the NPP.