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Alan quits NPP

Alan quits NPP

Former Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kyerematen has resigned from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) following a press conference at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel on Monday, September 25, 2023. Following the announcement of his resignation for the party, he then declared his intention to contest as an Independent Candidate.

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He added that he wishes to establish a new “Movement for Change” and not a political party.
“What Ghana needs now is a new leader and not a new political party,” he said
Mr. Kyerematen also highlighted his service and achievement for his former party as well as the nation, Ghana. He emphasized his contributions to the New Patriotic Party since 1992 as a member of the Young Executive Forum (YEF), a sub group of the NPP established to fund the party.
Alan Kyeremanten also talked about some key issues and challenges faced in the country including unemployment, police brutality, and corruption.
The announcement has sent shockwaves all over the country with people polarized about this sudden development and what it might mean for the NPP.
Others also suspect that his resignation came as a result of certain occurrences during the NPP super delegate elections in late August when one of his agents was attacked.
With his declared intention as a Presidential aspirant, Alan Kyerematen becomes the latest confirmed presidential candidate set to contest in the 2024 General Elections.

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