Alan John Kwadwo Kyeremanten, a potential presidential candidate for the party that is now in power, the New Patriotic Party (NPP), said that in order to break the 8, the party will require a candidate with experience in the industrial revolution.
According to him, his experience in the industrial revolution and his expertise in trade have already justified his readiness to lead the party in the forthcoming presidential primaries within the ruling NPP and in the general election in 2024.
According to him, the NPP is the only government with a lot of policies that have brought relief to Ghanaians, the most famous of which is Free SHS, and others; therefore, it is necessary to shift attention from that to job creation that will give opportunity to the youth.
Alan said that the NPP is the only government with a lot of policies that have brought relief to Ghanaians.
Mr. Alan made this statement on Monday, during the course of his campaign tour to the Oti Region, where he got a significant amount of support for his aspirations to become president.
When he is given the nod to lead the party and Ghana as a whole in 2024, he will have the opportunity to sell his presidential ambitions and explain his agenda for the transformation of the country to party executives, leadership delegates, and the general membership thanks to the regional engagements.
Alan will also be able to do this in front of the general membership of the party.
Alan encouraged the delegates to put their faith in him and provide him with as much support as possible so that the party may be successful in the upcoming general election.
The candidate for flagbearer also sought endorsement from the area’s chiefs and eldest people, stating that his new form of government will involve the traditional rulers as the primary players in reshaping the growth of the country.
Nana Kwaku Beyanor, chief of Dambai, extended his best wishes to the aspirant candidate for president and urged all other potential candidates for the presidency to run an honest campaign and explain to Ghanaians what they would do to improve the country if they were elected.