Sammy Awuku, the National Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) says the Central regional committee of the party should not take the law into its own hands.
His comment follows the recent suspension of the Central regional 1st vice chairman of the NPP and controversies surrounding it.
“Brothers of the Central region, we can’t destroy our own
property because of party discrepancies,” he noted.
Mr Awuku added that the heads of the party will meet to
analyse the matter to know the way forward. He, however, condemned any act of violence
over the matter.
“NPP condemns any act of vandalism. Defaulters are not going
to be condoned. Party members must know there are rules and should not take the
law into their hands,” he warned.
Speaking in an interview on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen show, Mr Awuku further advised that party matters should be resolved in the party.
“Party matters are not to be resolved on radio. The approach
of the constituency chairmen in putting their grievances on paper to the party leaders
was a better option as compared to those who decided to take the law into their
own hands and handling the issue as they saw fit,” he said.
| Nana Aba Mensah