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Alan Cash, First To Submit NPP Flagberership Forms

Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, a former minister of trade and industry, has submitted his candidacy papers to run in the New Patriotic Party (NPP) primary elections this year.

On Monday, June 12, he filed the nominations alongside current and past members of parliament as well as some influential party figures at the NPP Headquarters in Accra.

By making the move, the former ambassador of Ghana to the US becomes the first candidate for flagbearer to submit his candidacy.

The NPP began accepting nominations on May 26 and gave candidates until June 24 to submit their paperwork.

Ten of them have thus far chosen to enter the party’s presidential primary, including Vice President Alhaji Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

When he turned in his forms on Monday, Mr. Kyerematen requested the National Elections Committee for one thing.

“Having free, fair, and transparent elections will be the only guarantee for us to be able to win and ascend to power to succeed ourselves in 2024,” he said.

I will encourage you and hope that you will take all necessary steps to assure free, fair, and transparent elections for our party while also thanking you for the work you have already done in the processes leading up to the filing of nominations.

Deputy Finance Minister Abena Osei Asare and Minister for Railways Development John-Peter Amewu, who both represent the Hohoe Constituency in Parliament, were among the lawmakers who attended Alan Kyerematen on Monday.



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