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Remove all Alan posters – NPP Ashanti regional leadership directs constituencies

The party says Alan Kyerematen’s posters and flyers no longer serve any purpose at the offices of the party since he has resigned from the NPP

The New Patriotic Party leadership in the Ashanti Region has directed all NPP regional chairpersons in the region’s 47 constituencies to remove all posters, banners and other paraphernalia of the former trade and industry minister Alan Kyerematen from their party offices, following his resignation from the party on Monday 25 September 2023.

In a memo dated (25 September), signed by the NPP’s Ashanti regional chairman, Bernard Antwi Boasiako, and addressed to all constituency chairpersons in the Ashanti Region, the party says Kyerematen’s posters and flyers no longer serve any purpose at the offices of the party since he has resigned from the NPP.

“In view of Hon Alan Kyerematen’s resignation from the party, all his posters, banners, flyers and paraphernalia at our party offices in all the constituencies must be removed with immediate effect. Once he has forfeited his membership, it is just right and fair that these items are removed from our offices,” says the memo signed by Antwi Boasiako.

“Committed to ideals”

Kyerematen officially resigned from the New Patriotic Party on Monday, barely a month after withdrawing from the party’s flagbearer race. He has since declared his intention to contest the 2024 presidential election as an independent candidate.

Speaking at a media engagement on Monday (25 September), Kyerematen said his decision will give the party a chance to join a government of national unity.

“I wish to use this opportunity to assure the rank and file of the NPP that I still very much cherish my relationship with you, and I am committed to the ideals of the founding fathers of the party,” he said.

“My decision to contest as an independent candidate will not destroy the NPP, but rather provide the party an opportunity to participate in a government of national unity,” Kyerematen added.

Reporting by Wilberforce Asare in Accra

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