In an unexpected turn of events within the New Patriotic Party (NPP), reports have surfaced suggesting that certain party officials are contemplating disqualifying Alan Kyeremanteng from contesting in the upcoming 2024 Presidential elections. The decision is purportedly rooted in concerns over his management of the economy and the significant support he has garnered within the party.
Sources within the NPP, speaking on condition of anonymity, revealed that a faction of party officials believes Kyeremanteng’s association with economic policies has been detrimental, citing concerns about the perceived challenges faced by the economy under his influence. The officials argue that nominating Kyeremanteng as the presidential candidate could pose risks to the party’s electoral prospects.
Additionally, reports indicate unease among some party members regarding the considerable support and popularity enjoyed by Alan Kyeremanteng within the NPP. Supporters of this viewpoint contend that his strong backing could potentially create internal divisions and power struggles, leading to a less cohesive party ahead of the crucial 2024 elections.
The NPP, known for its internal democracy, now faces the delicate task of managing differing opinions within its ranks. The party leadership has not officially commented on these internal deliberations, and it remains unclear how widespread this sentiment is among party officials.
Political analysts observe that such internal debates are not uncommon in the lead-up to elections, but the public revelation of discussions about disqualifying a prominent figure adds a layer of complexity to the unfolding political landscape. Alan Kyeremanteng, a seasoned politician and former Minister of Trade and Industry, has not responded publicly to these reports, leaving room for speculation and anticipation within the party and the broader political community.
As the NPP navigates these internal dynamics, the 2024 elections draw closer, and the party’s ultimate decision regarding Alan Kyeremanteng’s eligibility to contest the presidency will undoubtedly shape the political narrative in the months to come.
story filed by; Nana Kwaku Duah