The communication wing of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Northern Region has asked President Nana Akufo-Addo to give its members jobs within seven days.
The members of the wing said if the jobs were not provided with seven days, they would abandon their communications efforts for the party.
In a letter signed by its chairman, Haruna Wunam, the wing members said they believed that some powerful elements within the government were scheming to deny them appointments.
They said they had worked tirelessly to help the party win power and did not deserve to be sidelined by the administration.
"There is no doubt that the northern regional communication team of the party worked tirelessly for the victory of the party in the last elections. Ever since the party went into opposition in the 2008 general elections, we have not relented in our efforts to ensure that we get the party back to power," they said.
The wing said there were days that their communicators had to sleep in radio stations for fear of killed or injured.
The communications wing said one of their members, King Faisal, was attacked in a radio station leading to the burning down of the said station. Others, according to them, were attacked in their homes due to their work for the party.
They said many others suffered several attack in the line of duty for the party.
They, therefore, called on the presidency to give them jobs within days to enable them continue their service to the party.
"We are therefore calling on the presidency to as a matter of urgency and within a week show appreciation for the sacrificial work done by this team by considering members who have shown interest in certain positions for appointments. Failure to adhere to our plea will result in a total boycott of the airwaves and any other matter relating to the defense and projection of the good image of the party.
Their demand comes at a time that Akufo-Addo is facing criticism for allegedly forming a big government that includes 110 ministers.