Suspended second vice-chairman of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Sammy Crabbe, says he will escalate his legal battle against the party to the Supreme Court if he loses the case which is currently at the High Court.
Mr Crabbe, who is challenging his suspension from the party, portrayed his suit as an attempt to restore democracy and the rule of law to the party.
He told Accra-based Class FM that he would fight for the party to advance its democracy and would do so through an appeal at the Supreme Court if necessary.
He said if the party crumbled as a result of internal sycophancy, people would remember that he stood up for what was right.
Mr Crabbed said: “I don’t believe that undermining an institution can make you any stronger…some people may not like me, I also may not like some people but I don’t think that is what the constitution envisaged.
“I think our constitution looked at people from diverse backgrounds who may not necessarily like each other, but can work for one purpose or in tandem and that is what it tries to actually do.
“When I say I am going to fight, I am going to make sure that this constitution is not allowed to be thrown into the gutter; if it is, there would be chaos.
The court is expected to give its verdict on the case on June 2.