In a bold assertion that has sparked controversy within Ghana’s political arena, Yaw Buaben Asamoa, the Director of Communications for the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), has endorsed Alan Kyerematen as the nation’s “best bet” for the upcoming 2024 elections. In his remarks, Asamoa didn’t hold back, condemning both the NDC and NPP as “selfish and greedy” while championing Kyerematen’s competence and leadership qualities.
Asamoa’s advocacy for Kyerematen as the ideal candidate for Ghana’s presidency signals a departure from conventional political discourse, as he openly criticizes the two main political parties, positioning Kyerematen as a viable alternative to the status quo.
In his statement, Asamoa decried the entrenched interests and power struggles within the NDC and NPP, accusing both parties of prioritizing their own agendas over the welfare of the Ghanaian people. He emphasized the need for a fresh approach to governance, one that transcends partisan divides and focuses on delivering tangible results for the nation.
Asamoa’s endorsement of Kyerematen, a seasoned politician and current Minister of Trade and Industry, underscores his confidence in Kyerematen’s ability to lead Ghana forward. Known for his track record in promoting economic growth and industrialization, Kyerematen represents a departure from traditional political figures, offering a vision of pragmatic and forward-thinking leadership.
While Asamoa’s remarks have generated mixed reactions from across the political spectrum, they serve as a catalyst for renewed debate and reflection on Ghana’s political landscape. As the country prepares for the 2024 elections, the call for a fresh perspective and decisive leadership resonates with citizens who are eager for change and progress.
Asamoa’s critique of the NDC and NPP as “selfish and greedy” underscores the growing disillusionment with establishment politics and the desire for genuine reform. By championing Kyerematen as a competent and capable leader, he offers a compelling alternative to the status quo, challenging Ghanaians to embrace a new era of governance built on integrity, accountability, and innovation.
story filed by: Nana Kwaku Duah