The National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Mr Freddie Blay has explained that Mr Paul Afoko, a former national chairman of the party was still on an indefinite suspension.
According to him, Mr Afoko has not appealed the decision of the party which was handed over to him in December 2015.
There has been questions on what was happening to Mr Afoko’s suspension considering that the indefinite suspension imposed on former General Secretary of the party, Mr Kwabeba Agyei Agyapong was lifted on Tuesday.
But explaining, Mr Blay said in the case of Mr Agyepong, he appealed the suspension through a letter but nothing of that sort has been received from Mr Afoko.
Mr Afoko was elected national chairman of the NPP in April 2014 and was suspended in October 2015 over acts the party said were inimical to its political fortunes.
He was suspended alongside the General Secretary of the party, Mr Kwabena Agyepong and Second Vice Chairperson, Mr Sammy Crabbe.
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