The Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court will rule on Paul Afoko's case in which the suspended chairman of the New Patriotic Party set out to challenge his suspension as national chairman of the party.
Justice Anthony Yeboah, who was the presiding judge in the last sitting, had adjourned the case to today August 15, 2016, following the submission of written addresses by lawyers of Paul Afoko and the NPP.
Mr Afoko hauled the NPP leadership after what the claimant described as "an unlawful suspension" from the party last year.
His lawsuit demands that the court overturns the suspension.
He is challenging the legitimacy of two members of the disciplinary committee, Madam Gifty Kusi and Alhaji Short, who voted to suspend him on the grounds that his actions and inactions were inimical to the political fortunes of the NPP.
Mr Afoko earlier prayed the court to invoke the interpretation of the party’s constitution in bringing an objective conclusion to the matter.