An insider of the Alan camp, Alan Kojo Kyeremanten, who is also one of the powerful voices of the New Patriotic Party communication team, has dropped some hints or in other words, leaked some of its strategies of Alan. He has dropped some clues about who Alan might select as a running mate when he becomes leader and flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party.
He stated emphatically that Alan Kyeremanten will not forgo and forget the laid-out tradition of the New Patriotic Party when it comes to selecting a running mate. According to him, Alan will select a man from the Dombo clan to join hands with him and win the 2024 election supposedly that the party delegates choose him to lead the party.
"So if Alan Kojo Kyeremanten wins, he will select a Dombo man. So why do we want to change the tradition? The tradition must go on. So all that I am saying is that the Ashanti Region has been maintaining NPP in power. It is now the turn of Busia"
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