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Trending- Alan Kyeremanteng does the ‘unexpected’ at vetting and causes massive stir

Alan Kyeremanteng, the minister for trade has really worked hard since he was given the chance to assume this office. Alan Kyeremanteng’s political battles have mostly revolves around his desire to become the president of Ghana. As a result, he became the topmost and most competitive person in the Npp for the flag bearer position to Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

He has lots of Ghanaians chanting his name here and there as people make claims that he is the right man for the job. Now the Npp’s flag bearer who has successfully secured the presidential seat for the Npp twice in a row, Nana Akufo-Addo is to leave office in a few years and Alan seems to be the choice of the Npp members on the regular.

After the ministerial appointment by Nana Addo, the all time competent minister for trade whose brilliant ideas over the past few years has boosted the economy’s growth was selected once again. And this time, a majority of people in parliament hailing from both the Ndc and Npp side are available to vet these appointees.

During Alan Kyeremanteng’s vetting process which has become the talk of the day, he did the unexpected as he boldly seized the speeches of the MPs from the Ndc with very brilliant answers and gaining very positive reactions from them. The likes of the minority leader for the Ndc, Haruna Iddrisu and Nii Lantey Vanderpuye were all present and were seen in a clear state of approval per their response to his answers.

Alan exhibited maturity and competence at an unimaginable level and has been trending since. With this appointment and hard work from Alan, is there a chance that the Npp will see him as a potential bearer of their flag in order to entrust the party’s hopes of assuming office once again to him? Kindly leave your comments below.

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