Akropong Constituency: Court dismisses two suits filed by pro-MP supporters

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A Koforidua High Court (Court Room 3) presided over by Justice Senyo Amedahie, has dismissed a suit filed against two aspirants in the impending elections at Akropong Constituency  of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), describing it as unmeritorious.

The plaintiff, Mr. Adum Acheampong, a former NPP Constituency Chairman of Akropong Constituency was for the second time absent in court when the case was called.

Also absent was his Counsel.

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A representative of the Plaintiff sought audience of the court and pleaded for an adjournment as he claimed plaintiff was a bit under the weather but the court rejected the plea for another adjournment.

The suit challenged the eligibility of Julius Akuffo and Linda Dankwa to contest for any position in the Constituency on the tickets of NPP.

The court found no merit in the claims against the defendants and has accordingly dismissed the suit for want of liability.

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The Defendants, NPP and the two others, Julius Akuffo Djan and Linda Darkwa who were represented by Lawyer Gary Nimako Marfo were, however, present in court.

Dismissal of injunction 

In a related development, the Koforidua High Court (room 4) in a case presided over by Justice Nana Yaw Gyamfi Frimpong, has dismissed an injunction placed on the Akropong North Constituency elections.

The injunction was filed by two petitioners, Emelia Awuku of Larteh Akaade Number One and Godfred Ampadu of Daakye Akropong.

The petitioners before the court ruling on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, had filed a process to strike out the case at the court.

Regardless, counsel for the defendants, Gary Nimako Esq. insisted the case be properly be dismissed by the court for sake of clarity and directions.

The presiding judge accordingly dismissed the injunction suit paving a way for the conduct of the long awaited Akropong Constituency NPP elections.



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