The NPP are keen of breaking the eight his name and reputation are addressed in the streets of Kumasi. Nevertheless ,His Excellency, Nana Addo Dankwah on his [email protected] 30 celebration had said , he wants the congregation to help him achieve the last great political feat of his career in Ghanaian politics, that on the 7th of January 2025, he will go to Black Star Square and hand over the baton to our next NPP President of the Republic who we would have chosen, supported and brought to victory.”
On the contrary, a former special prosecutor exposed laid structures to have his party win the next election.
Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen is the current Minister for Trade and Industry in Ghana, and has held the position from 2017 until present. He is a Ghanaian politician, corporate executive, diplomat and an international public servant specialising in global trade issues. He was born on the October 3, 1955 and aged 66 years.
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