(VIDEO) Alan Cash’s Worst Decision Was To Step Down For Akufo-Addo In 2007 – Lawyer Anokye Frimpong2 min read
Historian and a Private Legal Legal Practitioner, Anokye Frimpong, says the worst ever decision Alan Kyerematen made was to step down for for Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, to contest the 2008 presidential election on the ticket of the NPP.
He noted that Alan will not open up now but when he writes his autobiography before he returns to his maker he will state it.
Lawyer Anokye Frimpong posited that Alan Cash became unpopular when he stepped down for Akufo-Addo in 2007.
Speaking on Kumasi based Time FM’s Ama Ghana Morning Show, he reiterated that the camp of Alan Kyerematen should have done whatever they could for Alan to have been the NPP flagbearer in 2008.
Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, one of the flagbearer hopefuls of the governing New Patriotic Party, has withdrawn from the race.
He made the announcement in a statement dated September 5, 2023.
Mr. Kyerematen who placed third in the party’s August 26 special delegates conference said he opted out of the race following the intimidation of agents.
He also said the race seems to be deliberately skewed to favour one of the candidates.
“The level of intimidation of varying intensity, directly and indirectly, unleashed on a significant number of Delegates at various Voting Centers across the sixteen regions, is unprecedented in the history of our Party.”
“In addition, the fact that my Polling Agent in the North East region has suffered severe damage to his eyesight, arising from his bold and courageous effort to ensure compliance with the very rules and regulations for the conduct of the elections as approved by the Presidential Elections Committee, will forever remain a dark spot in the history of internal elections within the Party. This incident and various acts of violence and collusion, reported in other Voting Centers, are appalling, unconscionable, and despicable. I am committed to, and value the safety of those who work with me and for me, and I will always fight for their interest.