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ALAN CASH: I’m Ghana’s next President

JOHN ALAN Kwadwo Kyeremanteng has stated that his Movement for Change (MFC) break-away group will win the 2024 elections for him to become Ghana’s president in 2024.

He said those who think he is in the presidential race just to weaken a particular candidate and prevent him (candidate) from winning the polls, should revise their notes immediately.

“I’m the suitable person to lead the country to the Promised Land as president in 2024 and I’m winning the next election”, he declared to his die-hard supporters in Kumasi.

Alan was speaking after he had led a massive health walk among MFC members on the streets of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region on Saturday. Their numbers were huge so it caused traffic.

Alan Kyeremanteng also reiterated that he is not in the presidential race to joke so those who doesn’t take him seriously, would definitely be shocked after the 2024 elections.

Blast NPP, NDC

According to him, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) have both failed the country after staying in political office in 32 years so he was expecting the voters to reject the two political parties.

Alan Kyeremanteng said he was confident that he would be elected as president “after my victory in 2024, I would preside over a unity government for all to enjoy the benefits”.

The MFC leader also observed that both the NDC and NPP usually give lengthy and juicy campaign promises but they end up doing the otherwise after winning political power.

Bites Mahama

Alan Kyeremanteng also mocked former President John Mahama’s 24-hour economy campaign promise, saying that the NDC leaders ought to give further explanations about the policy.

“He just said 24 hours economy without giving explanation with regards to how he would implement it. It is a good policy but it cannot be easily implemented.

“This current economy in the country, which is in crisis, cannot ensure the 24-hour economy promise that Mr. Mahama and his NDC have promised”, he indicated.

According to Alan Kyeremanteng, he is the suitable person to implement a 24 hours economy programme in the country, as he has detailed plans for the programme.

He said he would first fixed the weak economy and then focus on the development of industrialization, infrastructure, ICT and tourism to ensure a 24-hour economy to succeed.

Different Alan

He also said that the days when he was labeled as a calm politician was over, indicating that even though he would not insult anybody, he would not hesitate to retaliate when attacked.

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