SuSPENDED SECOND Vice Chairman of the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr Sammy Crabbe, has categorically stated that he will strip the flag bearer Nana Akufo Addo and the sycophants around him naked to restore sanity into the party once more.
Sammy Crabbe was controversially suspended alongside the party’s National Chairman, Paul Afoko and General Secretary, Kwabena Agyapong for what is believed to be their dissent to the hardline leadership style of Akufo Addo.
The embattled Sammy Crabbe has dragged the party to a High Court to fight his suspension and seek reinstatement. He has vowed to fight his suspension even in the Supreme Court if the High Court’s verdict on his suit against the NPP does not go in his favour.
Mr Crabbe who was speaking to Class fm news on Wednesday, said he will pursue the case until he gets a desired result. “I will fight till I can fight no more so that one day when we look back and we see the New Patriotic Party crumble as a result of these sycophants, people will remember that I did stand up against those actions”, he charged.
“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”, he continued.
Mr Crabbe is challenging his suspension and wants the Accra High Court to declare it unconstitutional.
Lawyers of the NPP have concluded their cross examination of key witness, Mr Afoko, and the court has set 2 June to give its verdict.
“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,” Mr Crabbe added.