On Saturday, April 29, 2023, the streets of Greater Accra were alive with the energy and enthusiasm of party supporters who turned out in their numbers to participate in the ‘Aduru Wo So’ Walk. The walk was organized in support of the flagbearer aspirations of former Trade and Industry Minister, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, who led the 19-kilometer-march from the Obra Spot at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle to Mantse Agbona at James Town where it ended.
Accompanied by his wife, Patricia, Alan Cash, as he is popularly called, was buoyed by the overflowing numbers of party supporters who walked enthusiastically through some of the principal streets of Accra chanting his virtues amidst singing and dancing. The show of support was a testament to the popularity and appeal of Mr. Kyerematen’s candidacy as flagbearer of the NPP.
Addressing the crowd at the Mantse Agbona, Mr. Kyerematen reiterated his commitment to the “Great Transformational Plan (GTP)”, which he believes is aimed at the fundamental upliftment in the fortunes of the country. Through re-engineered economic, technological and agricultural paradigms, GTP is aimed at sustained growth and prosperity of the country. It is aimed at adopting cutting edge technologies in all facets of productivity for maximum output for the good of the people.
The message resonated with the crowd, who cheered and applauded as Mr. Kyerematen spoke. His tours throughout the regions have shown massive support for his candidacy as flagbearer of the NPP, as many see him as the surest bet to “break the eight” and win victory for the party in 2024.
The massive turn out and show of support from party members in Greater Accra was commendable, and Mr. Kyerematen urged the delegates among them to ensure his victory in the primaries since that was the only way the party could retain power. The support from prominent party members present, including Mr. Sly Tetteh, Mr. Ayikoi Otoo, Mr. Carlos Ahenkora, Mr. Adomako Kissi, Pope, Hopeson Adorye and Nana Ohene Ntow, further solidified Mr. Kyerematen’s candidacy as the preferred choice for the NPP.
In conclusion, the ‘Aduru Wo So’ Walk was a massive success, and the show of support for Mr. Kyerematen’s candidacy was overwhelming. His commitment to the GTP and the sustained growth and prosperity of the country resonated with the crowd, who believe that he is the surest bet to lead the NPP to victory in 2024. The turn out and show of support from prominent party members and former ministers of state is a clear indication that Mr. Kyerematen’s candidacy is gaining momentum and is a force to be reckoned with in the upcoming primaries.