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NPPpolls: Court places injunction on Subin primary

A High Court in Kumasi has placed an interim injunction on the New Patriotic Party (NPP) primary in the Subin Constituency.

This follows a suit filed by 51 delegates in the constituency seeking an interim injunction on the primary due to the removal of their names from the constituency album and their suspension.

In their writ of summons, the plaintiffs prayed the court to restrain the “defendants from using any illegal, unlawful and wrongful photo album for the purposes of conducting the election in the Subin NPP Constituency Parliamentary primaries scheduled to take place on the 20th day of June, 2020.”

The plaintiffs, which include Yahaya Iddrisu, Isaac Nimako, Yaa Boagyewaa, among others were also seeking a declaration that their suspension was unlawful.

“A declaration that the unilateral suspension of the plaintiffs by the defendants with the intention to disenfranchise them from participating in the scheduled NPP Subin Parliamentary Primaries Election on the 20th day of June 2020 is illegal, unlawful and wrongful.”

Source: CNR

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