The 2024 General election is just around the corner. All political parties in the country have a target and that is to bring a candidate that is well loved and popularly known by Ghanaians considering their achievements for the country.
Listening to conversations on social media and other platforms, NPP has about three favorites candidates who have high chances of becoming the next flag bearer of the party. They include; Kennedy Agyapong, Alan Kyeremanteng and Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.
Alan Kyeremanteng's first name, "Alan" seems to have a full meaning now. Social media users have created the full meaning from his first name that will enable him get a better chance of becoming the next flag bearer and also next President of Ghana.
Alan is four lettered word. The letter "A" stands for Acceptable. The letter "L" stands for Leader. The letter "A" stands for After. The letter "N" stands for Nana. In summary, Alan simply means Acceptable Leader After Nana.
Some Ghanaians have reacted to this and below are some reactions.
From the reactions above, some Ghanaians believe that no amount of acronym will make them vote for him as the next president. Others wished Alan Kyeremanteng good luck because they believe that Alan Kyeremanteng is indeed the next president of Ghana.
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