The minister of trade and industry Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen finally reacted to the health walk which took place in Kumasi on 13 August and Hopeson Adorye comment on tradition and the consequences it may have on the NPP party.
According to Alan Kyeremanten, he stands for unity, peace, and love and that is what the party virtues stand for. The health that took place in Kumasi was not organized by him in particular. It was organized by individuals who have witnessed the work of NPP and they did that as a support and love for the party and what he has come to represent.
Though things didn't end up how it was expected. A comment made by NPP candidate for Kpone Katamaso constituency Hopeson Adorye has taken over the internet and caused division among members of the party. This is not what the party stands for. NPP has always stood for peace unity and progress for every Ghanaian.
He is very sorry for what happened and he is using this opportunity to caution any act from individuals or groups that may hinder the peace, unity, and harmony we have as a party.
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