Hopeson Adoye, member of the NPP Communications team has dropped some revelations about Alan Kyeremanten and has tagged him to be the next flag bearer of the NPP.
During the "Adurowoso" Walk which was organised by the supporters of Alan Kyeremanten in the Ashanti region, Hopeson Adoye dropped some mathematical revelations to prove that Alan Kyeremanten should be the flag bearer of the NPP coming election 2024.
According to Hopeson, the NPP was built on three foundations namely; Danquah, Busia and Dombo. He added that Danquah represents the the central parts of the country, Busia represents the middle belt which include the Ashanti region and the Bono region. Dombo also represents the Northern parts of the country.
According to him, it is time for Busia tradition to rule so that the Dombo tradition will give him the support. This literary means that Alan Kyeremanten, who represents Busia in this case must rule or become the next flag bearer of the party so that he can select a running mate from the Northern sector.
He explained further and revealed that former president Kuffour came from the Busia tradition and selected a helper from the North. President Akufo came from the Dankwa tradition and selected a helper from the North. He concluded that Alan Kyeremanten, who is from the Busia tradition must also come so that he can select a helper from the North. He revealed that this is mathematics and the NPP must abide by such tradition.
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