As the much-awaited Special Delegates Conference draws near, tension is rising within the camp of former Trade Minister, Alan Kyeremanten, and his supporters nationwide. The reason for their unease stems from the notable surge in support for Dr Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia, gaining momentum even in what was once considered Alan’s stronghold, the Central Region.
The unexpected show of support for Dr Bawumia during his campaign in the Central Region has caught Team Alan off guard, leading the Alan for President campaign committee to regroup and strategize for their remaining efforts.
With emotions running high, members of Alan Kyeremanten’s Central Regional Campaign Team have been assigned the task of adopting a door-to-door canvassing approach. Their goal is to engage with residents, address concerns, and secure votes to ensure that Alan Kyeremanten remains competitive in the impending Special Delegates election.
As the nation eagerly awaits the outcome of the ‘Super Delegates Conference,’ the contest between Dr Bawumia and Alan Kyeremanten for the party’s nomination intensifies. Both candidates are fiercely competing to gain crucial support from every corner of the country to bolster their chances of victory.
The political landscape is charged with anticipation, and the entire nation watches closely as the political dynamics unfold during this critical phase of the party’s nomination process.
In a powerful display of support, Constituency Chairmen from various regions have united behind Dr Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia as the candidate best suited to lead the NPP to victory and “break the 8” in the upcoming elections. Their unwavering endorsements highlight their strong belief in Bawumia’s ability to elevate the party to new heights.
Theresa Aboagye, Chairperson of Cape Coast South, stressed the importance of selecting the most capable leader based on merit rather than emotions. She wholeheartedly endorsed Dr Bawumia as the right person for the job, speaking on behalf of her fellow executives.
Stephen Kojo Antwi, Chairman of Cape Coast North, passionately praised the strength of the “Bawumia signal” in his constituency, expressing unwavering support and connection to the candidate.
Obed Acquah Quansah, Chairman of Abura Asebu Kwamankese, echoed the sentiment, stating that Dr Bawumia’s name was synonymous with “Breaking the 8” throughout the region, affirming the undeniable support for him.
In unity, the constituency chairmen firmly expressed that Dr Bawumia was the clear and obvious choice if the NPP truly aimed to “break the 8.” They declared that further discussions were unnecessary as Bawumia was their chosen candidate.
Francis Acheampong, Chairman of Upper Denkyira East, summarized the group’s sentiments by standing firmly in support of Dr Bawumia’s candidacy, reaffirming their commitment to his leadership.
With overwhelming backing from Constituency Chairmen across regions, Dr Bawumia’s candidacy gains significant momentum, bringing him closer to securing the party’s nomination and embarking on the quest to “break the 8” in the upcoming elections.