The Bono Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Kwame Baffoe Abronye has met his meter today after he clashed with the National Democratic Congress' youth organizer for the region, Efo Worlanyo in court.
Today in Sunyani High court, a case between our Regional Youth Organizer Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo and chairman Abronye was heard.
The Bono Regional Chairman sued Efo Worlanyo for defamatory remarks about him which he was called to be interrogated but funny enough Abronye objected to interrogatories filed by Commander Efo Worlanyo.
The question many who were present asked why NPP always afraid of interrogatories and mounting of the witness box following Jean Mensa's resistance to witness during the elections petition.
Remember it was Abronye who sued Efo Worlanyo Tsekpo but now running away from answering questions concerning issues he raised in his own writ.
The case is adjourned to 18th of October for the court to rule on issue on the interrogatories.
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