Members of New Ghanaian Movement (NGM), a political think tank have appealed to chiefs to adhere to tenets of the 1992 Constitution and refrain from partisan politics.
They contended that the Constitution allowed any chief determined to be involved in partisan politics to abdicate the stool or skin.
The appeal was made in a statement issued in Accra and signed by Mr Kwadwo Annin, Executive Secretary of NGM.
It said some chiefs made comments in favour of some political parties and flag bearers when they call on them while others were advocating for an amendment to the Constitution to allow chiefs participate in partisan politics.
"Such acts of the chiefs are a recipe for disunity and an affront to the constitution while undermining the sanctity of the chieftaincy institution," it added.