You’re now visiting us because of votes – Western North NPP fumes at Alan Kyerematen
Stakeholders of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the Western North are fuming with rage over what they say is an attempt by former Trade Minister, Alan Kyerematen to take them for granted as the NPP gears up for its flagbearership contest.
Alan resigned from government as Trade Minister to pursue his flagbearership dream and over the weekend, his campaign took him to the Western North to solicit for votes of delegates.
However, his rare visit to the Western North has incensed delegates who have accused Mr.
A number of executives and delegates who attended the meeting with Alan on Saturday were heard murmuring in disappointment and anger after the meeting.
“I have been an active member of the NPP for many years, both under the old Western Region and the new Western North Region and I can say for a fact that I don’t remember any level of serious interaction and support Alan has had with us and members of the party in the region as a senior member of government.
We have already built the relationship and it will be the right time to back him and support him.”Meanwhile, both NPP executives and delegates in the Western North have also expressed disappointment and anger over Alan’s campaign message which they say is aimed at attacking the NPP government.
Alan Kyerematen, having been part of the Akufo-Addo government until last month, is subtly attacking the government because of his flagbearership ambition.”I t is quiet unfortunate that he is seeking to lead the NPP, yet he finds it convenient to attack the NPP government because he wants to take himself out for his presidential ambition.””The question we delegates have been asking ourselves is that if you are attacking the NPP Government this way, which government’s record will you use to campaign as you seek to lead the party?”