Mr Alan Kyerematen with the wife at the Church of Pentecost, Obuasi branch as he campaigned to three constituencies earlier today
Mr Alan Kyerematen, aspiring flag-bearer of the New Patriotic Party has tasked the party’s delegates to listen to the cry of Ghanaians and vote for who they desire to lead the party and Ghana as President.
Addressing delegates from Akrofuom, Obuasi East and West on Tuesday morning at the Obuasi Church of Pentecost, Mr Kyerematen noted that there was a ground swell of support for his candidature in all the regions of the country.
This, he said has been an observation that humbles him and urged the delegates to endorse him at both the special delegates conference and the main flagbearer elections in November.
“Members of this party alone cannot win power for us but the larger Ghanaian public whose request is that we vote for Alan tl lead the NPP”, the aspirant stated.
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Mr Kyerematen said he has the belief that his candidature would draw voters in Ashanti to the NPP.
This, he noted, would help the party to rake in the needed 2million votes to secure a third term in government.
The aspirant said people in all the 16 regions had shown support to him and with their votes the NPP would win 2024 easily.
“I am promising to lead the NPP to secure 2million votes in Ashanti and i know that this would propel us to secure a third term in government in 2024”, Alan stated.
Speaking earlier, the three constituency Chairmen of the NPP advised their members to conduct themselves in manners that would not put the party in bad light.
Jeff Kwadwo Adjei, Obuasi East Chairman rallied his members to vote for Alan if their hopes would be realised in him.
On his part, Saami Yankey, Obuasi West NPP Chairman called on his members to treat all the aspirants with respect but campaign and vote for Alan if he’s their choice.
Chairman Owusu Nyantakyi from the Akrofuom constituency said he and his members are convinced to vote for Alan since his message answers their heart desires
Source: Ghana/otecfmghana.com/ Michael Ofosu-Afriyie, Kumasi.