Alan meets with clergy over presidential ambition

New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer hopeful, Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, today, Tuesday, January 24, 2023, met with some eminent clergymen to announce his decision to run for office.

The breakfast gathering took place at the Movenpick Ambassador Accra.

The breakfast meeting, according to close sources, was aimed at engaging the clergy and solicits for their opinion and support for his flagbearship race.

It was also intended to elicit their thoughts on what should be done to help the country recover from its current economic crisis, among other things.

It was also intended to elicit their thoughts on what should be done to help the country recover from its current economic crisis, among other things.

In a Facebook post, Mr Alan Kyeremanten expressed his joy at meeting with Christian brothers and sisters who had stuck up for the faith in the country through thick and thin.

Prophet Isaac Owusu-Bempah of the Glorious World International Church, Archbishop Salifu Amoako, Rev Dr Christie Doe Tetteh, Rev Robert Ampiah-Kwofie, and other Christian leaders attended the meeting.

Alan Kyerematen announces intentions to run for president  

Alan Kyerematen believes he is the only one who can help the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) to break the eight-year election cycle jinx.

In a public address on Tuesday evening, the presidential aspirant popularly called ‘Alan Cash’ said: “I wish to use this platform to formally announce my to contest the flagbearship of the NPP when the party officially opens nominations for that purpose. The president has laid a strong foundation for the socioeconomic development of the country. My vision is to build on this superstructure that will bring prosperity to this nation. Together we will break the eight.”

“For all those who will have the honour and privilege of being delegates to select the Flagbearer of our great Party, the NPP, please remember, Alan Kyerematen is your candidate to win power for you in 2024,” he said.

To every Ghanaians, he said, “The future of our country is bright. I want you fellow countrymen and women, to make me your next President when the time comes, and you will see a significant difference in your lives.”

“If by the will of God and through your goodwill, I am voted first, as the flagbearer of the NPP and subsequently as President of the Republic in the next general elections, I will become the transformational leader of our time, who will build on the foundations laid by successive leaders of our nation over the last 65 years”, he added.

By: Bernard Ralph Adams | Metrotvonline.com | Ghana

 

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