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Richard Nyamah Ditches Alan to Focus on Parliamentary Ambition


Former Deputy Director of Communication for Alan 4 President (A4P) Campaign, Richard Nyamah has declared his intention to quit the role and refocus his efforts on becoming the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Parliamentary candidate for the Kpandai Constituency in the Northern Region of Ghana.

In a press statement, Mr. Nyamah noted that the decision of Hon. Alan Kyerematen to withdraw from the Presidential primaries of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) made his role as Deputy Spokesperson and Deputy Director of Communication redundant and ineffectual.

“his (Alan) withdrawal from the race makes my role as his deputy spokesperson and Deputy Director of Communication to his campaign redundant and ineffectual” he stated.

The former Deputy Director of Communication of the NPP, further indicated that he has therefore taken the decision to refocus all his efforts henceforth on his personal campaign to become the NPP parliamentary candidate for the Kpandai Constituency to wrestle the seat from Daniel Nsala Wakpal, the current NDC Member of Parliament (MP) of the constituency.

“as a result, I am by this statement informing the public of my intention to refocus all my efforts henceforth on my campaign to become the Parliamentary Candidate of NPP in Kpandai to ensure we recapture the seat from the NDC and help break the eight.

He expressed his appreciation to Hon. Alan Kyerematen and the NPP for the opportunity to serve and wished him well as he reevaluates his next role on the Ghanaian political landscape.

Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, one of the flagbearer hopefuls of the NPP on the 5th of September 20233 withdrew from the NPP Presidential race citing intimidation and harassment of his supporters as the main reason for the action.

“In light of the foregoing, I wish to confirm that I am honourably withdrawing from the process that will lead to the Presidential Primaries to be held on the 4th of November 2023. In the next upcoming weeks, I will provide an indication of the role that I will play in politics in Ghana, after consultations with my family and other well-wishers, various stakeholders and interest groups,” he added.


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