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NPP will blame Alan for their loss in 2024 rather than their misconduct- Political Analyst

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A political analyst, Dr. Jonathan Ashante Otchere, has asserted that the governing New Patriotic Party is likely to attribute their loss in the upcoming 2024 general election to the resignation of Alan Kyerematen.

According to him, all the surveys that have been conducted have indicated that the NPP is likely to lose power in 2024, which has been occasioned by the mismanagement of the economy, plaguing the nation with high levels of debt and a rising cost of living.

‘If the NPP loses the 2024 election, they will attribute it to Alan`s resignation; they will forget all the other factors, all the decisions, all the misconduct that have occasioned their loss and attribute it to Alan”. Dr. Ashante noted

“I would have wished that he didn’t contest after resigning or even support any of the candidates, but come to think of it, why has the party jumped Alan to Bawumia because NPP is a consecutive party and you need to pay your dues, and Alan has paid his dues as a founding member of the party, and in terms of contest, he has always put up a good show of himself”, he added.

The political analyst revealed this when he spoke to Mark Smith on A1 Radio`s Daybreak Upper East show following the resignation of Alan Kyerematen from the NPP to contest as an independent candidate in the upcoming 2024 election.

He said there is no justification for the party to have jumped Alan Kyerematen to Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, following how the party has elected its leaders over the years.

“When Kuffour intended to contest Adu Boahen, he was told his time was not due, and when it was his time and Akufo Addo wanted to also serve his party, he was told his time was not due. Now that it was Akufo Addo`s time and the party attempted to bring Alan ahead of him, he played that scenario to his advantage, and that got him sympathy, so what has changed”, he quizzed.

Mr. Alan Kyerematen has indicated that he will lead a new movement for change in Ghana as an independent presidential candidate that “will break divisive partisanship in governance in Ghana and bring an end to the “winner takes all” political syndrome.”

Source:A1radiooline.com|101.1MH|Gilbert Azeem Tiroog|Bolgatanga

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