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Alan Kyeremanten woos chiefs’ support in his flagbearership bid

Alan John Kwadwo Kyeremanteng, a flagbearer hopeful of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has wooed the traditional leaders in the Wala Traditional Council to support him in his bid to lead the NPP party into the 2024 presidential election.

According to him, he stands tall among all the candidates vying for that slot following his performances and contributions to the country’s economic growth and reduction in youth unemployment in the country through his cutting-edge interventions.

He indicated that the much-touted One-District-One Factory was his initiative to create jobs for the teaming youth in Ghana.

Mr Kyeremanten said this when he met with some chiefs in the Wala Traditional council during his campaign visit to the Upper West Region.

He paid a courtesy call to the overlord of the Wala Traditional Area, Naa Fuseini Seidu Pelpuo IV, and his chiefs to officially announce his presence in the region before he could commence his campaign activities.

He acknowledged that though the 1992 constitution restricted traditional leaders from engaging in partisan politics, they still had the responsibility to contribute to the nation’s development by helping to choose the best leader for the country.

“Since most of your work is always on the prosperity and growth in the development efforts, let us show more interest in the leadership of the country”, he indicated.

Mr Kyeremanteng noted that he is the best candidate for the flagbearer of the party considering his past achievements as minister from the former President John Agyekum Kufuor’s regime to the President Akufo-Addo-led government.

He added that he is the best person that can lead the country out of its current challenges.

Mr Kyeremanteng added that he will not forget the Wala Traditional Area if he is finally voted to office as president.

Meanwhile, in a message on his behalf, the Wa Naa appealed to the aspirant to ensure free, fair, and peaceful elections during the congress to ensure peace prevails in the party and the country after the election.


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