NDC Man Gives NPP An Ultimatum To Put Their House In Order Or Face Him In Court

As issues surrounding the internal wrangling of the New Patriotic Party continue to escalate, a devoted member of the National Democratic Congress has warned leaders of the NPP of his preparedness to face them in court if they can’t resolve their issues within 21 days.

Alhaji Ibrahim Dori, a former TEIN president of the University of Ghana revealed to Peacefmonline.com that the recent confusion and tension in the NPP has left most Ghanaians living in fear.

As a citizen of Ghana, I am in consultation with my lawyers of possible lawsuit against Nana Addo and the NPP. I feel so threatened and I know several people in Ghana feel same”.

It has become imperative for the opposition party NPP to pragmatically resolve the issues within the party as soon as possible”, he warned.

The death of Alhaji Mahama, a former Upper East Regional Chairman for the NPP, has deepened internal wrangling within the largest opposition party. Some regional executives of the party have conferred to pass a vote of no confidence in their National Chairman Paul Afoko and General Secretary Kwabena Agyei Agyepong.

As a result of this, there have been growing accusations and counter accusations within the party with several new pressure groups mushrooming on daily basis. This, according to Alhaji Ibrahim Dori, compounds the issue by threatening the peace and security of Ghana as a whole.

He therefore gave the NPP a maximum of three weeks (21 days) to fix the matter or prepare to meet him court. “I am giving the NPP 3 weeks to put their party to order of face my rigours in court”, he cautioned.