A member of the PNC, Dr. Somtim Tobigah, has filed another suit in court which seeks to prevent the party from organising its national delegates’ congress anytime soon.
The suit also demanded that the court declare the party’s General Secretary Bernard Mornah, National Chairman Alhaji Ramadan and 2008 flagbearer Dr. Edward Mahama as non executives of the party.
Dr. Tobigah told Citi News
his suit was based on the fact that the three persons mentioned have over stayed their terms of office hence should cease holding themselves as such per the constitution of the party.
The court has, however, adjourned the case to January 23 to rule on it.
“What happened in court was that we filed a motion of injunction preventing them from going to congress,” Dr. Tobigah said.
“Yesterday [Wednesday], we passed another motion saying that their time has expired, Dr. Mahama, Bernard Mornah and Ramadan per our constitution and no power has been given to them to act so they have no right to respond to our motion for injunction because they are no longer officers of the party and at the same time they cannot take the party to congress,” he added.