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NPP Threatens To Cite Paul Afoko For Contempt 


Lawyers for the NPP have threatened to cite the suspended National Chairman Paul Afoko for contempt if he does not desist from making further comments in the media on his suspension and the pending suit at the Human Rights Court.

Godfred Yeboah Odame on Thursday, prayed the court to order Mr. Afoko to stop all media comments until the final determination of the case before the court.

Mr Afoko has filed a suit against the NPP and it’s acting Chairman Freddy Blay challenging his suspension which he claims is unlawful.

The Presiding Judge, Justice Anthony Yeboah however, declined to comment on the submission by Mr Yeboah Odame after counsel for Mr Afoko, Osafo Buabeng admitted that his client has indeed been making comments in the media.

Hearing of the case has been adjourned to the 12th of next month to enable both parties to complete the filing of documents.

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