The former minister for Trade and Industries and potential flagbearer, Alan Kyerematen, received praise and support from the Adentan Constituency Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Koku Acolatse, who addressed him as “His Excellency” during a recent meeting.
The constituency chairman’s backing, along with that of the other constituency executives and coordinators, praised Alan Kyerematen’s commitment to the party and guaranteed their support for him when the party chooses a flagbearer in November 2023.
“His Excellency, I have already begun calling him His Excellency, we would want to greet, on my own behalf as well as the constituency executives and coordinators and the passionate polling station executives. He remarked, “His Excellency Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, let’s give it to him, Madina Osudoku, give it to him,” to the applause of the assembled people.
The former minister’s commitment, according to Acolatse, should be recognised with the victory of being chosen as the party’s flagbearer, he said while speaking to a gathering of supporters.
In addition to emphasising the unique bond Kyerematen had with the electorate, he gave him assurances that they wouldn’t let him down.
In addition to lending their support, the chairman urged everyone to pray for Kyerematen’s campaign.
“We’ll want to ask for travelling blessings in prayer. It is a difficult assignment to visit every constituency in the country, as is the case with this task. Together with the other gathered constituents, we wish to pray.
The need to underline that we need prayers and the capacity to move forward must be emphasised, he added. “Everything they do is very important, and we are doing politics,” he said.
However, as of today, July 6, 2023, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has completed the screening process for all potential flagbearer candidates.
There are a total of 10 individuals that are eligible and free to run for flagbearer.
In an effort to persuade the delegates to support them, the vice president and former minister of trade and industries, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has started a national campaign.