NPP blues Stop discussing Afoko's suspension - NPP tells communicators

The NPP in a statement signed by communications director Nana Akomea said the party is surprised Mr. Afoko is speaking on a matter he has sent to the court.

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The New Patriotic Party is urging it's communicators to desist from commenting on issues relating to suspended chairman Paul Awintame Afoko  since the matter is now before the court

Afoko in a press conference today insisted that he is still the chairman of the party and seeking to undo his illegal suspension through the court of law.

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The NPP in a statement signed by communications director Nana Akomea said  the party is surprised Mr. Afoko is speaking on a matter he has sent to the court.

"Indeed, Mr Afoko made reference to these court matters when he issued a message on Monday 2nd November, 2015, to members of the NPP National Council urging them to stay away from a National Council meeting on basis of this court action. The party is therefore surprised that Mr Afoko will canvass, at his press conference, those same issues before the courts." The statement said.

Afoko was suspended in October 2015, a decision which was affirmed by the party's  council of elders when he went to seek redress. He has since declared his intension to go to court.

Meanwhile acting NPP chairman Freddy Blay says he is enjoying the limelight his new position has offered him.

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