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Pollster Ben Ephson has suggested that President Nana Akufo-Addo's cabinet reshuffle could happen by the  end of next week at the latest. 

 He's even sure it's probably Tuesday or Wednesday. 

 This follows the sudden, albeit long-awaited, resignation of Trade and Industry Minister Alan Kyerematen. He resigned on Thursday, January 5. 

 He is probably at the forefront of the patriotic aspirations of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). to replace President Akufo-Addo as the party's flag bearer in the 202


 Analysts say his resignation is intended to allow him to fully focus on his campaign to become the flag bearer of TUJ, rather than keeping his portfolio divided. 

 Otherwise, his early resignation from government duties will not serve his cause much, Joy FM's Head of Political Service, Evans Mensah, and Joy FM's Joy SMS Program co-host, Winston Amoah, have admitted. 

 Alan has a lot of work to do, Mr Ephson told Myjoyonline.com, explaining that many  NPP representatives may be younger than his generation and may not be connected to Alan's political power. 

 According to Ben Ephson, NPP MPs in their 30s and younger simply may not  remember who Alan was twenty years ago  in his NPP prime, so catching up is the smart thing to do. 

 And a number of others are expected to follow Alan's lead or  be changed. 

 “I believe that the reorganization will take place from today until Tuesday. As for the agriculture minister, although he is not affected by the change, he will have to resign or be fired by the end of the month, Ben Ephson said. 

 He explained that former attorney general Joe Ghartey currently does not hold any office because he early declared his interest in the presidency. 

 So is the Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto, an agricultural economist and politician, who has also declared his interest in getting the mandate of the party  to replace President Akufo-Addo. 

  Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, who has made it clear that he wants to replace his boss, is also expected to enter the fray. 

 Giving up to run a campaign is a bit more difficult and possibly out of the equation, according to Evans Mensah, although not entirely impossible.


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