Alan “K” A Man With Voice of Reasons is Back

Wed, 31 Mar 2010 Source: Amankwah, Nana Kofi

Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng is a man whose goals are Job creation for Ghanaians and improving the nation’s current accounts system from where the John Agyekum Kufuor administration left it. Alan is back with new ideas for the nation. A man with a great vision for our nation, a man with sterling character, a man with hope for our nation, a man whose economic policies would improve our living standard. A hard working, humble, handsome and a visionary action leader who will lead the NPP and our great nation in the 2012 general elections and beyond.

Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng’s campaign for the 2012 NPP Flag –bearership race is in full swing around the constituency across the country to win the NPP presidential race unequivocally. The majority of his admirers who are worried that he is not coming to the media, I urge you all to be patient. As soon the nomination’ open up the announcement will be made. Alan is a man who does not use the media just for the sake of media propaganda. When he comes out, the nation will see a great transformational leader like American president Barrack Obama. A man who has used just one year and three months to achieve astronomical social justice needs not seen since 1960s. He promised the Americans during his campaign and delivered within one year three months in office. This is the leadership ability Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng is going to provide for our nation. As the former Ambassador to the United State of America and the former Minister of Trade, Industry, Private Special Initiative. Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanteng has had a distinguished and successful professional career in Ghana and abroad, over a period of 32 years. A among the current NPP elites who are fighting to become the NPP’s Presidential nomination, Alan is the only one who has been recognized internationally for his great vision of global economy. Alan also led the transformation of Empretec from a UN project into an independent Foundation and as its first Chief Executive, he developed the foundation into a world –class institution which is recognized as a successful model and the best practical institution for enterprise development in Africa.

As a Minister of Trade, Industry, Private Special Initiative during the John Agykum Kufuor administration, Alan was able to reopen factories that had been closed by the NDC administration for almost two decades. Alan championed the wooing of foreign investors into the country, which significantly improved the private sector and the establishment of small business throughout the country. Alan is a unifier who has shown classic ethics during the 2007 NPP presidential national delegates conference election held at the University of Ghana. After Mac Manu and his criminal counterpart Lord Commey rigged the election for their 70-year-old man arrogant and violent Akufo Addo who has no vision for the nation. Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng in the nation’s driver seat will move the national economy on the right direction. Those NPP members who still worry that the party did not nominate right person for 2008 general elections here is a candidate who is humble and marketable among the Ghanaian populace. They should now have confidence in Alan’s leadership abilities to retrieve the power they lost in the 2008 general elections. After the previous NPP administration were able multiply the nation’s revenues from 2 billion dollars a year to almost 20 billion dollars yearly the current NDC administration is now destroying all these economic gains. Those who are worried about such economic stagnation and imbalance must call for new leadership such as Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng to lead the UP tradition to victory in 2012. Let us all support Alan’s great ideas for a new Ghana.

From: Nana Kofi Amankwah (New York)

Columnist: Amankwah, Nana Kofi