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Thousands join Alan for ‘Aduru Wo So’ health walk

On Saturday, the Greater Accra version of the “Aduru Wo So” Walk, which was held in support of the flagbearer aspirations of the former Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, was a success.

The overwhelming number of party supporters marched jubilantly along some of the most prominent streets in Accra while singing, dancing, and screaming about the many admirable qualities of Mr. Kyerematen, also known as Alan Cash.

Along with his wife Patricia, the man known as Alan Cash led the 19-kilometer march that began at the Obra Spot at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle and ended at the Mantse Agbona in James Town. The Obra Spot is located at Kwame Nkrumah Circle.

Speaking to the gathering gathered at the Mantse Agbona, Mr. Kyerematen explained that the “Great Transformational Plan” (GTP) was designed to bring about a fundamental improvement in the economic standing of the nation.

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“The goal of the GTP is to achieve long-term economic growth and prosperity for the country by rethinking traditional approaches to agriculture, technology, and the economy.” It is aimed at adopting cutting-edge technologies in all aspects of productivity for maximum output for the good of the people,” he continued. “Its goal is to maximize output for the benefit of the people.”

Thousands of people join Alan as they walk while shouting “Aduru wo so.”
Mr. Kyerematen stated that his trips throughout the provinces have indicated huge support for his candidacy as flagbearer of the NPP. This is because many people consider him the surest bet to ‘break the eight’ and achieve victory for the party in 2024.

He praised the party members in Greater Accra for their large turnout and show of support, and he urged the delegates among them to do everything in their power to guarantee that he won the primary elections, as this was the only way that the party could continue to hold power.

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Bortianor-Ngleshie Amanfrom MP, Sly Tetteh, former Attorney General, Ayikoi Otoo, Tema West MP, Carlos Ahenkora, Anyaa-Sowutuom MP, Adomako Kissi, former MP for Kpone-Katamanso, Hopeson Adorye, and Nana Ohene Ntow, Alan Kyeremateng’s spokesperson, were among the prominent party members who were present.

Among the others were Yaw Buaben, a spokeswoman for Alan Kyeremanten’s campaign team; Catherine Afeku, a former minister of tourism; Richard Nyamah; previous party officials; and former ministers of state.

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