They want to cheat Alan, it’s his time – Carlos Ahenkorah claims
Carlos Kingsley Ahenkorah, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Tema West constituency, has stated that it would be unfair for members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to consider any other candidate besides Alan Kyerematen to lead the party in the upcoming 2024 elections. According to him, the party is well aware that it is Kyerematen’s turn to lead, and therefore, no one should contest against him.
Ahenkorah strongly believes that if the NPP fails to make Kyerematen the flagbearer for the 2024 elections, it could lead to division within the party, jeopardizing their chances of winning and achieving their goal of breaking the eight-year cycle.
“It’s a cheat to even suggest that there is another person to lead the NPP in 2024. Why is it that when it got to Alan’s time, you people are doing this? If Alan is not made flagbearer there will be divisions in the party that will affect our fortunes and moves to break the eight. I know that NPP delegates believe it’s Alan’s time.
When President Kufour was in power and was supporting Alan, we did not agree because it wasn’t his time. We worked tirelessly to ensure that President Akufo-Addo was given the nod. All government appointees were whipped to back Alan Kyerematen and the same with the Members of Parliament. However, the grassroots says if Akufo-Addo has finished his tenure, it is Alan Kyerematen’s time and we the kingmakers will ensure that happens.”
He stressed “If we want to win the elections in 2024, we should know that Alan Kyerematen is the only choice. When Alan becomes President, we will all get our shares. Government appointees are where they are because they want to protect their positions. We also deserve appointments like they are enjoying now. The same way we took President Kufour out and defended Akufo-Addo, that’s the same way we will defend Alan Kyerematen”.
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