The NDC has suspended the constituency chairman and eight executives of the Evalue Gwira Ajomoro constituency for gross misconduct.
The Western regional Council of Elders of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has suspended eight executives of the Evalue Gwira Ajomoro constituency for gross misconduct.
This follows claims by the chairman to the effect that some aggrieved constituency executives had planned to pour acid on him.
The chairman, Charles Kwaw Adjei, goes on suspension together with other executives, after a crunch meeting organized by some Western Regional executives of the party last Saturday.
The other affected executives affected are Deputy secretary King Philip Henry Anikloe, communication director Emmanuel Boamah and deputy communications director Daniel Armah.
Others are executive members Samuel Ackah (Nana Arizy), Emmanuel Kwofie (Kofie Nzema) and Cosmos Macthy (Ekow Kapinta).
The chairman has accused the supporters of threatening to attack him with acid which prompted the police to intervene.
Meanwhile, the Axim District Police Commander, Supt. Edward Annung Konyel, has denied any report of acid-related case at the police station.
He could however, not tell why the four were arrested when Daily Guide enquired from him.
The constituency deputy secretary, King Philip, however confirmed the indefinite suspension of the constituency Organizer, Kwesi Kyie, by the chairman and some other executives of the party.