In support of the flagbearer ambitions of the former Trade and Industry Minister, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, the Greater Accra version of the “Aduru Wo So” Walk was successfully held on Saturday.
The throngs of party followers excitedly marched through some of Accra’s main streets while singing and dancing, extolling the qualities of Mr. Kyerematen, also known as Alan Cash.
The well known Alan Cash, who was accompanied by his wife Patricia, led the 19-kilometer march from the Obra Spot at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle to Mantse Agbona in James Town, where it came to a conclusion.
Speaking to the gathering at the Mantse Agbona, Mr. Kyerematen declared that his “Great Transformational Plan (GTP)” aims to fundamentally improve the nation’s circumstances.
“GTP is focused on achieving continuous growth and prosperity for the nation through re-engineered agricultural, technical, and economic paradigms. It aims to implement cutting-edge technology in all parts of productivity for the highest output possible for the benefit of the populace,” he continued.
Mr. Kyerematen claimed that the overwhelming support he has received for his bid to serve as the NPP’s flagbearer during his travels around the provinces is evidence of the fact that many people believe he is the best option to ‘break the eight’ and deliver victory for the party in 2024.
He thanked party supporters in Greater Accra for their voluminous turnout and outpouring of support, and he urged the delegates among them to secure his win in the primary elections since it was the only way the party could continue to hold power.
The Anyaa-Sowutuom MP , Sly Tetteh, the former Attorney General, Ayikoi Otoo, Carlos Ahenkora, the Bortianor-Ngleshie Amanfrom MP , Adomako Kissi, the former MP for Kpone-Katamanso, Hopeson Adorye, and the spokesman for Alan Kyeremateng were also there.
Yaw Buaben, the campaign spokeswoman for Alan Kyeremanten, Catherine Afeku, Richard Nyamah, previous party officials, and former ministers of state were among the others.