NPP was wrong in suspending Afoko - Mpiani

According to Kwadwo Mpiani, he does not recognise the sanctions against Afoko, whom he described as "a fine gentleman."

Kwadwo Mpiani

According to him,  he does not recognise the sanctions against Afoko, whom he described as "a fine gentleman."

Afoko  was suspended  in October 2015 after the party’s disciplinary committee upheld a letter from the National Council of Elders of the party requesting that Mr. Afoko be suspended until after the 2016 election.

He was accused of breaching the party’s rules and regulations in the matter of an alleged secret account managed by some party executives including now acting chairman Freddie Blay.

But Kwadwo Mpiani believes the suspension was illegal.

He said "He [Afoko] is still the chairman... I believe the party was wrong."

Paul Afoko is in court challenging the legitimacy of two members on the disciplinary committee which upheld his suspension.

In the suit filed by Afoko contesting his suspension,  he  argues that  Alhaji Short and Gifty Kusi  who were on the disciplinary committee were not properly appointed.

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