court sets August 15 for judgment on Afoko’s suspension case

The Human Rights Court has set the 15th of next month to determine whether or not the suspension of Paul Afoko as Chairman of the NPP is lawful.

Mr Afoko has sued the party over his suspension which he claims is unconstitutional.

Both parties have concluded with their evidence and also filed their written submissions as ordered by the court.

Mr Afoko accuses the NPP of not following due process in suspending him.

He is also challenging the inclusion of the MP for Tarkwa Nsuaem, Gifty Kusi to the National Disciplinary Committee which recommended his suspension after a petition was filed against him by some party members.

The party however maintains that the suspension of Mr Afoko is lawful and that the inclusion of Madam Kusi to the Committee did not breach the NPP’s constitution.

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