NPP guru hails Alan’s exit

Mr. Kwasi Aboagye, a Polling Station executive of the Obuasi West Constituency since 1996 has said Mr. Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen’s resignation from the party, last Monday, is a good omen.

He thinks his announced resignation would enhance the forward match of the party in its bid to win the 2024 elections, stressing that the development would facilitate the ‘Break the 8’ mantra.

“NPP should be encouraged that the woes of the party have ended with the resignation of Mr. Alan Kyerematen”.

According to the leading party member, Mr. Kyerematen’s exit has helped to end the perceived factions which hinged on Nana Akufo-Addo and Alan Kyerematen as a successor of former President Kufuor and, therefore, has further strengthened the unity of the party.

Talking to the media in Kumasi yesterday, Mr. Aboagye described Monday’s development as “good riddance to bad rubbish”.

He noted that the resignation of the former Trade Minister from the party has and would not have any negative bearing on the NPP.

“It will not make any impact on the NPP. Rather a Bawumia-led government would bring about the change Ghanaians desire”.

Mr. Aboagye suspected that there could be another resignation by one of the NPP Presidential aspirants, and noted that in the event of another resignation, the party would be strengthened further.

He said there are no factions in the party as Alan’s exit will bring an end to the Kufuor faction in NPP, and with Nana Akufo-Addo about to leave the scene, the party will fully enjoy harmony and unity.

He said Mr. Alan Kyerematen had not consolidated the legacy and support base left to him by Ex-President Kufuor because he is not a politician.

Mr. Aboagye has, therefore, called on delegates to rally behind the candidacy of Dr. Bawumia to bring change to the fortunes of the country.

He explained that the support enjoyed by Dr. Bawumia, a Muslim from the Church of Pentecost, Catholic Church and the Methodist Church, points to the fact that the choice of Dr. Bawumia is divine.

The Obuasi West party executive also reminded delegates about the Bawumia and Otumfuo relationship, Bawumia and Chief Imam ties and the way Bawumia relates to Christendom, which are indications that the way is smooth for the party to sail through in the 2024 elections.

Mr. Aboagye further appealed to the party hierarchy to consider pairing Dr. Bawumia with Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, the Minister of Education, as his running mate, to strengthen the unity and oneness among members of the party.


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