Kennedy Agyapong and Others Referred to NPP Disciplinary Committee for Misconduct
Aspiring New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer, Kennedy Agyapong, along with four other party members, is facing referral to the party’s disciplinary committee.
This action stems from their alleged misconduct during the recent Super Delegates Conference.
The individuals named in this case are Mr. Raphael Patrick Sarfo, Mr. Charles Dokyi Yaw-Addo, Mr. Musa Sulemana, and Mr. Hopeson Yaovi Adorye.
The party has based its referral on compelling evidence, including photographic and video materials, suggesting potential violations of key articles within the Party’s Constitution.
Alleged Violations and Misconduct: Citing Party Constitution
The referral of these members to the disciplinary committee is in direct response to evidence that points to potential violations of Article 3(5)(A) and misconduct under Article 4(7) of the Party’s Constitution.
The party has underlined the importance of upholding the principles outlined in these constitutional articles, reflecting their commitment to maintaining party integrity and discipline.
Kennedy Agyapong’s Video: Accusations and Viral Content
Of notable significance is the case involving Kennedy Agyapong.
He is expected to be summoned before the disciplinary committee to address accusations and statements he made against certain individuals.
These statements were captured in a video that has since gone viral across social media platforms and mainstream media outlets. In this video, Agyapong was seen making declarations regarding his intentions to confront President Akufo-Addo and Vice President Dr. Bawumia.
This announcement came after an incident where Agyapong’s polling agent allegedly faced confrontation from agitated delegates.
Commitment to Democratic Values and Conduct Standards
The NPP has stressed its unyielding dedication to preserving democratic values, accountability, and high standards of conduct within the party. This commitment serves as the cornerstone of their approach to the ongoing disciplinary process.
The party has expressed confidence in the fairness, transparency, and impartiality of the procedure, affirming their intent to uphold these values throughout the entirety of the process.