David Hoezame, a renowned personality of Ghana Politics has drawn attention from global political sphere due to his disruptive party activity. He was also the former constituency chairperson of the National patriotic party for Central Tongu branch, Ghana. Last month he had failed to stop the party from the investment of its Super Delegates to minimize the number of presidential aspirants of the party from seven to five. Accra First Track Court on Tuesday has ordered David Hoezame to resort the internal disciplinary structure of the party. This activity of Hoezame has brought Ghana politics shame; as a result international political leaders have got a chance to smirk at Ghana politics news.
However the court had ruled that if he was not satisfied with the internal grievances structure of the party, then he could go to court. Honorable Justice Mr. K.A Ofori Attah said that hoezame had not broken the rule of natural justice by resorting to the court for redress.
Counsel for the Okyenhene Mr Godfred Yeboah Dame had requested the court to award a cost of GH¢20,000 .00 against Hoezame. But he has to pay an award of GH¢1,000.00 as per the court’s order. After the ruling, Mr. Dame had told to the journalists that he was satisfied with the outcomes of court orders.
Mr Peter Dadzie, lawyer of Hoezame had argued that the composition of National Executive Council (NEC) had not properly done and the members were handpicked. It was reported that Hoezame had gone to court challenging against the provision of the National Executive Council (NEC) of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). On June 17 this year, his client had filed writ against NPP alleging that the party had not properly constituted the NEC.
Hoezame has lost his petition against the NPP as the honorable court had dismissed two applications he had filed. The first petition filed by Hoezame to restrain the NPP and its chairperson Mr Paul Afoko from holding meetings related to the Super National Delegates Conference. Secondly he had wished for a legal action to stop the super Delegates Conference; but unfortunately both of these were dismissed by the court.
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