May 19, 2024

The Eye Of Africa

Alan Kyerematen was mistreated and bullied in NPP – Vim Lady

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Recent reports reveal that Alan Kyerematen, the former Minister of Trade and Industry, has left the ruling party. Contrary to expectations, this move is said to be more than just a strategic exit aimed at winning the 2024 general elections.

According to a broadcaster Afia Pokuaa popoulary known as Vim Lady , Kyerematen’s decision may be fueled by deeper motives. Allegedly, he feels mistreated and bullied by the party establishment, prompting his departure. This perspective suggests a desire for retribution rather than a straightforward bid for electoral victory.

Criticism is directed at Kyerematen’s campaign approach, particularly during his time as trade minister. Vim Lady points out a lack of engagement with grassroots communities and a notable absence from charitable activities. This perceived disconnect is viewed as a misstep that may have contributed to his current political situation.

Following his third-place ranking in the NPP’s Super Delegates Conference, Kyerematen’s campaign strategy comes under scrutiny. Vim Lady blames his team for what is seen as a failure to effectively connect with voters. The decision to initiate a non-political group and pursue an independent candidacy adds a new dimension to his political journey.

In a surprising turn of events, Kyerematen has announced his intention to run as an independent candidate in the 2024 elections. This decision follows his less-than-stellar performance in the party’s Super Delegates Conference. The article suggests that Kyerematen’s departure and independent run are shaped by a complex mix of personal grievances, perceived mistreatment, and a desire for a unique political path.

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