The former ruling Unity Party has said that in the wake of the recent developments within the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP), its leadership has warned against attacks by her partisans and officials on the leaders of the constituent parties of the CPP.
A statement signed and issued by Cornelia Kruah-Togba, National Assistant Secretary General for Press, Publicity and Outreach said the Party would like to reiterate that there exist internal conflict resolution mechanisms which she believes the current leadership of the CPP seeks to harness. It said that Partisans are advised to conform to the official position of the party on all matters that are arising which would be communicated through the official spokespersons of the party to include: Mr. Amin Modad, National Chairman; Mr. Mohammed Ali, National Secretary General and Cornelia Kruah-Togba, National Assistant Secretary General for Press, Publicity and Outreach.
“We encourage all partisans to continue to foster the spirit of unity and oneness as we prepare, as a party, to take over the leadership of the CPP in a couple of days. Key on our agenda, if a resolution is not reached, will be to settle the current conflict through all amicable legal means and with the participation of all constituent parties”, the statement concluded.