The internal squabbling within NPP has the General Secretary Kwabena Agyepong and party Chairman Paul Afoko on one hand, and the first Vice Chairman Freddie Blay and his camp on the other.
The recriminations were sparked by a steering committee meeting organised and chaired by Mr Blay while both Mr Afoko and Mr. Agyepong were away.
Agyepong and Afoko have raised qualms with the organisation of the meeting behind their back.
The Daily Guide Newspaper also reported Wednesday that a member of the NPP has urged members of the party to stop the secret recordings of party executives which could break up the party.
But according to Mr. Opoku, some members of the NDC are working tirelessly to break up the NPP because it is on course to win the 2016 general elections.
“It is clear, the signs are very clear on the wall that the NPP is winning the next election so certainly you would have elements in the NDC who would want to cause confusion…so it is a strategy by the NDC,” Mr. Opoku told Fiifi Banson host of Anopa Kasapa Wednesday on Kasapa 102.3FM.