Felicity Nelson, co-convener for Democracy Hub, has criticized Alan Kyerematen’s resolution to contest the 2024 elections as an impartial candidate beneath the group Motion for Change.
Kyerematen, a former Commerce and Trade Minister, resigned from the New Patriotic Social gathering (NPP) on Monday, September 25, citing an uneven taking part in discipline within the get together’s flagbearer race.
He has since introduced his intention to contest the 2024 elections as an impartial candidate, promising to construct a non-partisan governance construction to develop the nation.
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Nonetheless, Nelson questioned Kyerematen’s skill to realize his objectives, given his participation within the present authorities and his poor report as Commerce and Trade Minister.
“I don’t know what Alan stands for, I don’t know what he represents,” Nelson stated on Citi TV’s The Level of View. “I feel he did not make a mark as a minister as a result of he was a part of this authorities that we’re complaining towards and he by no means took a stand and spoke towards the federal government. So I’m sorry if I’m struggling to see what it’s he’s going to offer that’s completely different.”
“Simply since you are saying you don’t belong to both NPP or NDC doesn’t essentially make you an angel,” she stated. “That doesn’t imply something to me. I’m asking what Alan’s observe report was as a Commerce Minister, and what he did to repair our stability of commerce deficit. I’ve been struggling to see what his message was even when he was campaigning to steer the NPP.”