Alan Kyeremanten has committed to covering the cost of printing the album of delegates.
Before the ruling New Patriotic Party’s primaries to select a presidential candidate for the upcoming elections in 2024, the Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kyeremanten, has promised to foot the bill for the printing of the delegate albums for all 275 constituencies in the country. These primaries are being held in preparation for the elections in 2024.
This promise was made by Mr. Kyeremanten when he visited the NPP’s newly elected national executives at the NPP’s National Headquarters in Accra, which is located in the Asylum Down neighborhood.
In addition to this, Mr. Kyeremanten has provided the party with a contribution in the sum of one hundred thousand Ghana cedis (GH100,000).
During their speech at the meeting, the Trades and Industry Committee urged the party’s leaders to do things that would make their relationship with the government stronger.
He went on to encourage them to gain the trust of grassroots voters in the party by holding elections that were free, fair, and unbiased in order to do so.
We won’t be able to beat the 8 unless we stick together and perform as a single unit. Only by working together and dedicating ourselves to our varied responsibilities will we be able to survive.
“Over the next few years, one of the most successful national delegate conferences will be organized by the national executives.” In light of this, I have decided to foot the bill for the publication of all 275 constituency delegates’ albums in their entirety.
“It is for the purpose of assisting the party in running the election…
According to what he said, “the voter will benefit from a free and fair election because they won’t feel like they’re being controlled or manipulated.”