Court throws out Afoko’s injunction case

An Accra High Court has thrown out a suit filed by suspended Chairman of the New Patriotic Party seeking to stop the party from discussing matters relating to the chairmanship position in Tomorrow’s Special Delegates Conference.

Paul Afoko, suspecting he could be removed by the highest decision making body of the party at the Delegates Conference sought refuge in the court and filed an ex-parte motion seeking to restrain the party from taking that decision.

However lawyers of the NPP, including Godfred Dame, Prof Mike Ocquaye, Nana Obiri Boahene and Dr Adusei Poku got wind of his action and rushed to the court to defend the party.

They told the court ,Afoko’s reason for seeking an injunction is baseless and highly speculative.

Joy News’ Kwakye Afreh-Nuamah who was present in court, reported the defendants as saying the party has no agenda to remove him tomorrow and if at all they did, they would follow a number of procedures before doing do.

They further stated even if they did, Afoko will still have his day in court, to challenge that decision.

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