Hopeson Adorye, a political figure, recently declared his strong support for Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten, an independent presidential candidate. Adorye, in a radio interview with Joy FM on November 20, 2023, expressed his unwavering sympathy for Kyeremanten, stating that nothing would deter him from endorsing and voting for him in the upcoming presidential election.
Despite his allegiance to Kyeremanten, Adorye emphasized his continued loyalty to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and pledged to vote for the NPP’s chosen parliamentary candidate in the Kpone Katamanso constituency, where he contested in the 2020 parliamentary election on the NPP’s ticket. Adorye’s dual support stems from his deep love for the NPP combined with his personal affinity for Alan Kyeremanten.
The rift between Adorye and the NPP became evident when the party announced that he, along with Nana Ohene Ntow, Boniface Abubakar Saddique, and Yaw Buaben Asamoa, had forfeited their NPP membership due to their perceived allegiance to Alan Kyeremanten and his Movement for Change.
Hopeson Adorye defended his stance, reiterating his longstanding admiration for Kyeremanten. He confirmed his intention to vote for Kyeremanten in the 2024 presidential election, despite the latter’s decision to run independently after resigning from the NPP.
In the broader context, Alan Kyeremanten, having withdrawn from the NPP’s presidential primary, is actively preparing for the 2024 presidential election as an independent candidate. He has been traveling across the country, mobilizing volunteers for his Movement for Change, emphasizing his commitment to a new political direction outside the traditional party structure.