According to Sammy Gyamfi, Hon. Alan Kyeremanteng who is the current Trade Minister should not be selected as a flag bearer of the New Patriotic Party because he wasn't able to take care of the Komenda sugar factory.
He says the sugar factory was built but the planting of the sugarcanes were the ones left, parliament also approved for the loan in November 2016 and unfortunately they left power, the incumbent government should have continued the process for the loan but they didn't.
Speaking to Agya Kwabena today on Critical Issues Show, the communication director of the National Democratic Congress, Sammy Gyamfi claims the body responsible for electing flag bearers should not elect Alan Kyeremanteng.
He said; "I don't blame Akufo-Addo, I blame his Trade Minister who wasn't able to take care of a factory, how can you be president Ghana. That is why I have always campaign against Alan Kyeremanteng"
He claims he has always campaign against Alan Kyeremanteng, because Mr. Kyeremanteng hasn't shown any sign in his administration that shows he can be president.
He made these comments while he was asked his view on the current state of the Komenda sugar factory.
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