The Acting General Secretary of the New Patriotic Party says the party will not apologise for taking disciplinary action against its
The Human Rights Division of the Accra High Court on Wednesday upheld the procedures and processes followed by the party to suspend Mr Afoko in 2015.
According to the judgment of the presiding judge Justice Anthony Yeboah, the suspension of the Mr. Afoko was just, lawful and fair.
He further added that the procedure used for the suspension was right and was not breached in any way by the NPP.
“No member [of the party] is above the constitution of the party. We are proud of these credentials, Mr Boadu said. “We will not jubilate over the decision of the court but we will not apologise for holding discipline and rule of law."
He continued: “That is who we are and it is with these unyielding principle that we will serve our country if given the opportunity."
Mr Boadu added that the party will continue to reach out to every aggrieved member of the party but said the party’s campaign to wrestle power from the governing National Democratic Congress is not about elected national officers, stressing that every member of the party matters in the campaign.
Earlier, the acting general secretary of the party issued a statement saying it feels vindicated by the courts decision.
However, Mr Boadu was quick to add that supporters of the party should “see the decision of the Court not as an opportunity to jubilate, but rather as another reason to renew our faith in our cause and our commitment to getting all hands on deck.”