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A letter written and signed by Minister of trade and industry ( former) and presidential hopeful of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Mr Alan Kyerematen, indicating his resignation from the party has popped up again on social media.
Mr Kyerematen presented that circulating resignation letter personally to the then chairman of the NPP, Mr Peter Mac Manu, in Accra.
The letter follows a statement by the Director of Operations of Alan Kyeremateng’s 2024 campaign, Hopeson Adorye, claiming Northerners in NPP are most fit as running mates.
His statement has been condemned widely. In a video trending on social media, he was addressing a Health walk held in Kumasi dubbed a “Walk for Alan’’ over the weekend. Hopeson allegedly made the remark against Northerners in the NPP.
He said: “There is one thing I am going to say. The NPP has a tradition. Our tradition is Busia, Danquah and Dombo. Danquah represents Eastern Region and the bottom (south), Danquah represents Ashanti Region and the Bono areas, while Dombo represents Northern Region’.
In reaction, a member of the NPP, Musah Superior, described the comments by Mr Adorye as divisive, calling on him to retract his remarks and apologize to Northerners.