The Amasaman High Court has granted an application for an interim injunction against the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to stop the swearing-in of reelected national youth organizer, George Opare Addo.
The injunction was filed by Brogya Genfi, the defeated organizer hopeful, together with two others. It will be in force for 10 days following the ex parte application.
The co-deponents of the suit are Ibrahim Rashid and Paul Amaldago, the TEIN president of University of Professional Studies (UPSA), and the TEIN president for University of Ghana, Legon,
Brogya Genfi’s action follows his defeat to the incumbent national youth organizer in the national youth delegates conference that took place on Saturday, December 10, 2022, at the University of Cape Coast. He lost by 25 votes.
He is arguing that there was some foul play in the exercise hence, his decision to seek redress at the court.
The court presided over by Justice Emmanuel Bart-Plange Brew, is restraining Opare Addo from holding himself as the duly elected National Youth Organiser of the NDC during the injunction period.
The court further ordered the NDC, the Electoral Commission or any person acting in the name of these two entities from recognising the latter as the national youth organiser-elect of the party.