Presidential hopeful and Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kojo Kyeremanten is set to storm the studios of Metro TV to have a one-on-one interview with controversial journalist, Paul Adom Otchere, on the Good Evening Ghana show. Initially, he was scheduled to have that interview on Tuesday but for unforeseen circumstances, he was unable to meet or attend the show.
This was part of the government's attempt to sensitize Ghanaians on the relevance of going to the IMF to seek a bailout. Thus, it came as no shock when Paul Adom Otchere announced that Alan will come to their studios to speak about the bailout.
Also, Paul Adom Otchere announced that he will ask Alan Kyeremanten about the "politics of the future". Obviously, Paul Adom Otchere meant that he was ready to force Alan Kyeremanten to speak about his future ambition. Will Alan Kyeremanten "wise up" and not respond to those questions since it will or might definitely put him into trouble?
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