A former Director of Finance and Administration of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwadwo Opare Hammond is threatening legal action against the party if he is not reinstated immediately.
Mr. Opare Hammond was asked to proceed on leave for alleged financial impropriety and disobedience to the National Chairman, Paul Afoko.
He has since denied the allegation.
The Constitutional Committee of the Party, issued a report on Tuesday recommending that the leadership of the party reinstate Mr. Opare Hammond and Perry Okudzeto.
[contextly_sidebar id=”69zk0dzJSMvaI8XogHLtpoTxGlGhFGG6″]But a press statement issued by the General Secretary of the party, Kwabena Agyepong, on Thursday, urged party members and the public to disregard the report.
Speaking to Citi News however, Mr. Opare Hammond said he will be compelled to go to court if the matter is not resolved.
“I am only trying to use the channel that is available to me in the party’s constitution. I don’t want to go beyond that and then very soon I will drag the party and the people involved to court, please.”
Opare Hammond has also appealed to the party’s National Council of Elders to immediately resolve the various conflicts and issues raging in the party.
By: Marian Efe Ansah/citifmonline.com/Ghana