Mavrick Brong Ahafo Regional First Vice Chairman of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Baffoe alias Abronye DC has hit hard at the party over recent developments bringing his continuous defense in the media to a halt.

According to him, the party has been unfair, neglected, been grievous and vicious towards him which has informed his  latest decision to indefinitely suspend all active communication roles in defending it.

In a post on his facebook page, he said “ I have decided to indefinitely suspend all active communication role in defending the New Patriotic Party. This decision has been necessary because of the unfair, bad, neglect, grievous and vicious treatment I have received from the party. I will only be active to undertake my duties as the First Vice Chairman of my Noble Region. (B/A).

Finally, I won’t be active on radio and TV defending NPP like I have always done. Thank you”

This is not the first that Abronye DC is on a collision course with the party over unfair treatment and accusing some elements of greed.

In December last year, he was reported to have threatened he would no longer work for the party accusing some elements of sabotaging his efforts.

“I am not doing it for the NPP. If it is for the NPP I would not have done it at all. I told you I have stopped working for the NPP. I won’t do it if that was the case”, he disclosed on Okay Fm.

According to him, he does not see why he should be fighting for spectators who have assumed positions of regional ministers and are using their positions to engage in alleged underhand dealings and nothing is being done about it.

“I am for the policy….I won’t work for NPP, If it is for NPP I won’t even do it. I won’t be working for spectators because spectators cannot be Regional Ministers”, he stressed.

The controversial NPP leader who recently blew the cover of senior matron at Ghana Senior High School in the Eastern regional capital Koforidua for allegedly stealing of some foodstuffs meant for the students and selling them outside has promised to do same to other institutions in the country.