Alan Kyerematen Dares OB Amoah To Force Him To Rejoin The Party: "I Am Disappointed"

Alan Kyerematen Dares OB Amoah To Force Him To Rejoin The Party: "I Am Disappointed"

  • Alan Kyerematen has taken OB Amoah to the cleaners for suggesting that the NPP can stop him from contesting as an independent candidate
  • The former trade minister said the minister of state's recent suggestion on national TV failed the test of common sense and was disappointing
  • Kyerematen said if OB Amoah is convinced his understanding of the NPP constitution is accurate, he can head on to court

Recently resigned member of the governing NPP Alan Kyerematen has dismissed suggestions that the party can stop him from standing as an independent presidential candidate.

The experienced politician, who is now flying the banner of the Movement for Change with a butterfly as his symbol, said he was disappointed by the suggestion that he can be compelled to stay in the party he helped to found.

"The mischief in our party is the reason everyone is disappointed," he said.

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Alan Kyerematen Dares OB Amoah To Force Him To Rejoin The Party
Alan Kyerematen (L) and OB Amoah. Source: Facebook/@alankyerematen
Source: Facebook

OB Amoah, a minister of state in the Nana Akufo-Addo administration, raised eyebrows when he said the NPP constitution outlines certain rules for presidential candidate elections, stressing those rules block Kyerematen, a former presidential candidate, from exiting to become an independent candidate.

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He said the presidential candidates sign an undertaking that makes Alan Kyerematen's move illegal.

But in a sharp rebuttal, the former trade minister told Oyerepa TV that OB Amoah's comments fly in the face of a lawyer worth his salt.

"I am very disappointed in someone like OB Amoah. He is my kid brother, and he says he is a lawyer. You come and quote such a thing on national want to chase me outside the party," he said in Twi.

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He stressed that OB Amoah's suggestion defies common sense.

Alan Kyerematen admits his Aduru Wo So campaign slogan was poor has also reported in a separate story that Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen looked back at his initial presidential campaign and has admitted that it could have been better.

He said his Aduru Wo So slogan, which compelled critics to say he was entitled, was adopted by his team to appeal to the conservative nature of the NPP.

The now-independent presidential candidate aspirant told Metro TV that he felt, at the time, the slogan undersold him.

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In a separate story, reported that NPP presidential candidate Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto said the governing party may not win the next election.

According to him, the morale of supporters is low and their expectations for a better life under the Akufo-Addo administration have not been fulfilled.

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