The Omanhene of New Juaben Tradition Area, Daaasebre Kwaku Boateng III, has predicted victory for Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen in his bid to become the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party for the 2024 elections.
He told the NPP presidential hopeful when the latter paid a call on him and members of the Juaben Traditional Council in Koforidua, last Friday.
The Omanhene acknowledged Mr Kyerematen’s ‘knowledge and humility’ these qualities, the Paramount Chief said will guarantee him victory in the party’s presidential primaries later in the year.
Daasebre Boateng III said Ghanaians appreciate the good works and productive results of the former Minister for Trade and Industry spanning from former President Kufuor’s administration to the current era of President Akufo-Addo
As a result, the paramount chief said he was convinced “Your (Alan) competence and humility will give you victory.”
The New Juabenmanhene further assured Mr Kyerematen and his campaign team that he would, with the support of the Traditional Council, personally fully campaign for him when he becomes the NPP presidential candidate.
“I bless you, Alan, and I will never forget you in my prayers,” he assured.
The Omanhene thanked the former Minister of Trade and Industry for the visit.
“I am happy to see you, Alan Kyerematen. He is my own, and I thank him for coming home,” said Nana Twumasi Dankwa, New Juaben Dwasehene.
He noted that the former Trade and Industry Minister is a man of substance who has remained loyal to the course of the party over the years.
The Dwasehene said Ghanaians know who can best lead the NPP to bail Ghana out of its current difficulties.
He called for the support and prayers of the New Juaben Traditional area for his presidential bid, expressing the hope that God would glorify Alan Kyerematen and crown him with success.
Also at the meeting were Kyeamee Amoh Boakye, Nana Osei Owusu Agyare II, Akwadumuhene, Nana Obiri Sempa III, Dwafourhene Nana Kwamuhene, Nana Baah Acheamfour Ampeh, Nana Baffour Kwaani Frimpong, Akomfrehene and Nana Agyei Sarpong, New Juaben Adahene.