If Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen is elected president of Ghana in 2025, Yaa Naa Abukari II, the Overlord of Dagbon, has given him the responsibility of restoring the one cedi note’s value.
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With a stack of brand-new one cedi bills in his hand, Naa declared: “Your first duty as our nation’s leader will be to revive the economy so that the one cedi note can once again be used. For our people, the one cedi note has value.
In response, Alan Kyerematen, a.k.a. Alan Cash, declared that with the help of the people of Dagbon and by the grace of God, he would revive the economy.
He pledged to expand on the government’s previous efforts and speed up the development of agriculture and processing through the implementation of the Great Transformational Plan (GTP).
The free Senior High School (SHS), One District One Factory (1D1F), Planting for Food and Jobs (PFJ), and Agenda III, which are advantageous to the Ghanaian people, could all be in jeopardy in 2024, according to Alan.
In order to lead the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to the historic task of breaking the eight—a first in the Fourth Republic—Alan begged Yaa Naa to counsel the NPP delegates to do the right thing by electing him as flagbearer.
The Yaa Naa declared: “It is your turn to be president,” pointing to Alan’s stellar track record in public service and his conviction that he would continue to serve the nation effectively as President.
Afterwards, as victory symbols at Dagbon, he gave Alan Cash a pure white ram, yams, and cola as well as a smock and hat in NPP colors.
The traditional region is expecting Mr. Alan Kyerematen to win both the upcoming NPP presidential primary and the general elections that would follow.