The People’s Liberation Party has provided justification for the removal of three of its officials to include Wilmot Paye from offices, citing violation of the party’s constitution and undermining of the party’s Standard Bearer.
Speaking at the Party’s headquarters in Congo Town Tuesday, the Assistant Secretary-General for Press and Public Affairs of the PLP Stephen Vorkpor, said the removal of Paye and others is a result of their gross violation of the by-laws and constitution, under section 1.2 of the GPC of the Party.
According to Vorkpor, Paye made several undermining statements against Dr. Daniel Cassell, Standard Bearer of the People’s Liberation Party, which include his demand for the Party to be turned over to him, among others.
The PLP Assistant Secretary-General for Press and Public Affairs added that the General Policy Commission of the Party sees such action on the part of Wilmot Paye and the others as an act of betrayal and confidence reposted them.
Vorkpor furthered that the former Acting Vice Chairman for Political Affairs Henry Sackie was also non-compliant to the implementation of his term of reference to the forward march of the PLP and its operations.
Meanwhile, the dismissed Acting Chairman of the People’s Liberation Party Wilmot Paye has termed his dismissal as unlawful, and abridge of the constitution of the Party.