Nana Ohene Ntow said the letter from the Minority NPP in parliament is subservient to the constitution of the party.
The former General of the New Patriotic Party has rubbished calls by the minority in Parliament who joined the fray calling for national chairman, Paul Afoko and general secretary Kwabena Agyepong to step aside.
According to him, asking the two national executives is “null and void”.
He said the Paul Afoko and Kwabena Agyepong being asked to step aside together is unprecedented. He added that, "it is a dangerous precedent which can eat us up as a party."
Ohene Ntow said, "We (NPP) are setting a dangerous precedent and the NPP has got to be careful."
His comment follows the letter by the minority in parliament who joined the calls asking the party’s the duo to step down from their respective positions following the death of the party’s Upper East Regional Chairman.
According to the minority, there appears to be a leadership vacuum and communication gat at centre of the party.
They added that there is a great degree of mistrust within the leadership ensuing from declared positions taken by the two top most elected officers of the party.
But speaking in an interview on Eyewitness News on Citi FM, he said the letter from the Minority is subservient to the constitution of the NPP.