The two sacked Western Regional executives of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have threatened court action against the party to get their dismissal revoked.
The Western Regional branch of the main opposition NDC on Monday suspended regional organiser Japheth Aidoo and his deputy Thomas Assinae.
According to the regional communications director, Tumi Acquah, the action is to allow for the party’s disciplinary committee to look into an alleged case of diversion of party items brought against the two.
They are to immediately surrender all party items in their possession as they step aside to allow the disciplinary committee to commence work on the case.
A statement signed by regional chairman Michael Aidoo noted that the charges levelled against the two are “non-disclosure of the possession of party items, diversion of party items, and selling of party paraphernalia meant for constituencies”.
But Mr Assinae reacting to the issue on Adom News said their dismissal was illegal and have been treated unfairly, therefore, the only option for them is to take legal action against the executives.
“We have taken the party to court because we have evidence to show that the items were not stolen and that we shared it amongst the executives. They are only defaming us” he cried.