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Former Minister Alan Kyeremateng donates 1000 bags of cement for renovation of Wiawso palace

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Former Minister of Trade and Industry and NPP Presidential Aspirant, Mr Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng, has fulfilled his promise to support the renovation of Okongyeabour Palace, the seat of the Wiawso Traditional council. Mr Kyeremateng donated 1000 bags of cement to aid the reconstruction project.

The donation was made on Mr Kyeremateng’s behalf by Mr Samuel Adu Agyei, former Western North Regional organizer of the NPP. This gesture was in line with Mr Kyeremateng’s promise when he visited the Wiawso traditional council recently to officially inform them of his intention to contest the NPP Presidential primaries.

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During the visit, Mr Kyeremateng pledged his commitment to the reconstruction of the Wiawso palace project. The donation was received by Nana Kwasi Ofori Ababio, Chief of Bodi and Adontenhene for Wiawso Traditional Council, who thanked Mr Kyeremateng for the donation and promised to use it for the intended purpose.

Present at the donation were Mr Adasa Nkrumah, Western North second Vice Chairman of the NPP, and other supporters of Mr Kyeremateng. The Wiawso Traditional Council expressed their gratitude for Mr Kyeremateng’s support and prayed for God to fulfill his heart’s desire.

As the 2024 presidential elections draw closer, political aspirants are reaching out to various communities to gain support for their campaigns. It is heartening to see a Presidential aspirant fulfilling a promise made to a community, especially one that seeks to support their cultural heritage. It is essential for politicians to prioritize the needs of communities and their cultural heritage. We hope that more politicians follow Mr Kyeremateng’s example and provide support to communities in need.

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