NDC sued again after Duffour withdrew case

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) has been hit with a fresh suit, seeking to injunction tomorrow’s presidential and parliamentary primaries.

Sighted by The Chronicle, the motion on notice, filed a while ago, is expected to be moved on Friday, May 19, 2023.

In  his writ of summons, Asamoah Boateng (Plaintiff), a card bearing member of the NDC in Abuakwa North says he is surprise, the 1st (NDC) and 2nd (General Secretary of NDC) defendants have failed to provide the voters register to him (the Plaintiff) and all other aspirants including presidential aspirants.

The plaintiff says that the failure to provide a proper photo album of eligible voters has caused a lot of rancor and acrimony in the party.


Edgar Asamoah Boateng, is therefore seeking three reliefs. First, “a declaration that the Photo Album Register issued by the 1st and 2ndDefendants to the Plaintiff on 4th May, 2023 as the primary document for conducting the internal Presidential election of the National Democratic Congress on the 13th of May, 2023 is incomplete and inaccurate.”

Second, “an order directing the 1st and 2nd Defendants to prepare and deliver a complete and accurate Photo Album Register to the Plaintiff and other Presidential aspirants of the National Democratic Congress at least five weeks ahead of the elections to enable the aspirants carry out the needed verification of the Photo Album Register.”

Third, “an injunction restraining the 1st, 2nd and 4th Defendants from conducting the internal Presidential elections of the National Democratic Congress on 13th May, 2023 pending compliance with reliefs (b) supra and lastly, “any other reliefs the honourable court may deem fit”.

It is not yet known whether the parties sued have been served.

The suit comes after Dr Kwabena Duffour earlier today withdrew his suit.


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