Former Trade and Industry Minister, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, received strong support for his flagbearer aspirations during the ‘Aduru Wo So’ Walk in Greater Accra on Saturday.
Thousands of party supporters marched through the streets of Accra, chanting Alan Cash’s virtues and displaying their enthusiasm for his candidacy. Alan Cash led the 19-kilometre march accompanied by his wife, Patricia, from the Obra Spot at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle to Mantse Agbona at James Town where it ended.
Addressing the crowd at the Mantse Agbona, Mr Kyerematen shared his “Great Transformational Plan (GTP),” a framework that aims to uplift the country’s fortunes through re-engineered economic, technological, and agricultural paradigms. GTP seeks to promote sustained growth and prosperity by adopting cutting-edge technologies in all areas of productivity.
According to Mr Kyerematen, his tours throughout the regions have demonstrated significant support for his candidacy as flagbearer of the NPP, with many people viewing him as the surest bet to “break the eight” and win the party victory in 2024.
He commended party members in Greater Accra for their massive turnout and urged delegates to ensure his victory in the primaries, the only way for the party to retain power.
The event was attended by prominent party members such as Bortianor-Ngleshie Amanfrom MP, Sly Tetteh, former Attorney General, Ayikoi Otoo, Tema West MP, Carlos Ahenkora, Anyaa-Sowutuom MP, Adomako Kissi, former MP for Kpone-Katamanso, Hopeson Adorye, and Alan Kyeremateng’s spokesperson, Nana Ohene Ntow.
Other attendees included Yaw Buaben, the spokesperson for Alan Kyeremanten’s campaign team, former Tourism Minister Catherine Afeku, Richard Nyamah, former party officials, and former ministers of state.