The National Steering Committee of the New Patriotic Party wrote to Alan Kyerematen in response to the “Aduro Wo So Health Walk” held in his honor. The walk was arranged in honor of Alan Kyerematen.
The Pro-Alan Health Walk was held on the 13th of August, which was a Saturday that year. Participating in the event were thousands of NPP supporters from the Ashanti Region.
The party contends that the primary elections for the president and parliament were organized in a manner that was in violation of the party’s code of conduct.
The following is an excerpt from an email that was sent to Mr. Alan Kyerematen in regards to the “Aduro Wo So Health Walk” that was organized in his honor as per the guidelines of the National Steering Committee:
In addition, a notable participant in the health walk described earlier has been requested to appear before the committee.
This information was made public in a news statement that was issued by General Secretary Justin Kodua Frimpong on August 17, 2022.
According to the statement, the necessity of the invitation arose as a direct result of the organizers’ refusal to hear requests from individuals requesting that they cancel the health walk.
The National People’s Party (NPP) has stated that a meeting will be convened in order to consider the following actions that should be taken in order to stop presidential candidates in the future from breaking the party’s code of conduct.
According to the NPP, “In order to prevent such occurrences going forward, the National Steering Committee also agreed that a meeting is scheduled with all presidential candidates of the Party in order to court their support and full cooperation in respect to their compliance with the Party’s code of conduct.” This was stated in order to prevent such occurrences in the future. In this regard, preparations are currently being made for focus.
The party made a public declaration of its intention to arrange elections that are free and open to everyone in the interim.
The Party has reaffirmed its commitment to guaranteeing the free, fair, and peaceful conduct of its presidential and parliamentary primaries as it strives to win an unprecedented third consecutive general election (break the eight). This comes as the party is attempting to win a historic third straight general election (break the eight).