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CPP Council Of Elders Revoke decisions taken by some NEC members

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The Council of Elders for Convention People’s Party as part of their effort to resolve current happenings in the party and restore stability as a prerequisite for the forward march, has revoked every decision taken by some NEC members to setup “Interim Council”after all businesses of NEC have closed saying, it is unconstitutional.

The Council of Elders further stated, “The attempt to force the current Chairperson and Leader out of office is also unconstitutiona”.

This was contained in a press release issued and signed on behalf of the Council Members by Senior Comrade Felix Amoah, Chairman for CPP Council of Elders.

The Council of Elders has also, urged the former CPP Secretary, Comrade Isah, to immediately withdraw his suit against the Chairperson and Leader of the party from court.

“In view of this situation, the Chairperson and Leader of the party is hereby urged to convene a Central Committee meeting to take quick remedial action pursuant to stemming the further deterioration of the fortunes of the party”.

The Elders have therefore, ordered all factions and aggrieved members to stay calm at this moment for the singular sake of the party, as they resolved all the arising issues strand by strand.

“Meanwhile, the Council of Elders wishes to remind the National Chair and Leader to continue with the party’s reorganization exercise which has already started as per the consent judgement of the High Court suit number GJ/0859/2023”.

 

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