Not long ago, Alan Kyeremanten brilliantly swerved a question directed to him that sought to find out the intentions of Alan Kojo Kyeremanten ahead of the upcoming NPP Presidential Primaries in 2023. That notwithstanding, some prominent politicians who are very close to Alan have indirectly leaked to the general public, the big intention of Alan, which is to contest the seat of the Presidency come 2024.
The former Parliamentary candidate for the Kpone Katamanso constituency, Hopeson Adorye, has dropped a flier that is allegedly from the camp of Alan. The flier boldly showed the campaign theme of Alan plus the memory verse which they intend to use to finish any contender who comes in Alan's way. The theme reads;
"Breaking the eight with God".
Also, Alan left the age-old memory verse of the New Patriotic Party, "The Battle is the Lord's" and he has come out with this new one.
"All things are possible to all that believeth in God- Mark 9:23"
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