Trial of suspended NPP Chairman begins May 9


The Human Rights Court has expunged four exhibits from the witness statements of the suspended National Chairman of the NPP, Paul Afoko.

This was after Counsel for the NPP, Godfred Yeboah Odame had raised objections to those exhibits which he claimed had no relevance to the case.

The Court has set a number of issues which will be addressed during the trial and has therefore clearly stated that those which do not fall within the agreed parameter will not be considered.

The spokesperson for Mr. Afoko, Nana Yaw Osei said those exhibits will not in anyway affect the merit of their case before the Court.

Mr. Afoko is challenging his suspension from the Chairmanship of the NPP which he describes as unlawful.

The trial has been set for the 9th of next month.

Source: GBC

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