Asante Mampong High Court adjoined and placed injunction on the case files by 35 NPP Mampong Poling Station Executives led by Mr Kofi Sarpong*l against NPP Executives in Mampong led by Constituency chairman, Mr Asare Luther for denying over thousands of party members to pick forms for polling station elections in the Constituency.
They alleged not to be members of the MP.
The Presiding Judge, His Lordship, Justice George Appiah Kwarbeng adjourned it to 10th June, 2022.
The court ordered both parties to settle the case by the NPP National Executive Council (NEC) and submit the final results to Mampong Court on 10th June,2022 before any elections can conduct by NPP in Mampong Constituency .
After the court injunction, the 35 Polling Station Executives speaking with media by their leader , Mr Kofi Sarpong , they accused the Ashanti Regional NPP Chairman, Mr Bernard Antwi Bosiako (Chairman Wontumi) for pending of Mampong Internal Election in Court.
They also appealing to the NPP National Executive Council (NEC) to let justice privils in the case if not the case will not resolve.
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