Nuclear primaries: Alan Kyerematen has a lot of work to do - Ben Ephson

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 Opinion columnist Ben Ephson is skeptical of former Trade and Industry Minister Alan Kyerematen's chances in the New Patriotic Party (NPP) presidential election. 

 According to him, he [Alan] needs to do more to get the NPP representatives to vote for him. 

 Mr Ephson reacts to Mr Kyerematen's resignation on Thursday 5 January. 

 According to his campaign team, the decision is to allow him to fully focus on his campaign to become the flag bearer of TEJ rather than stick to his portfolio. common focus 

 Speaking on Asempa FM's Ekosii Sen on Friday, Mr Ephson said the separation came too late. 

 He pointed out that since most of the NPP representatives are young, Kyerematen has a lot of work to do. The 

-Polster explained that many NPP representatives may be younger than his generation and may not be well connected to Mr. Kyerematen's political power. 

 Ephson added that NPP representatives in their 30s and younger may not easily remember who Mr. Kyerematen was at NPP some decades ago when he was in his prime, so a flashback is wisest. 

 Pollster said based on his work so far, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and Kennedy Agyapong Kyerematen are giving him a run for his money. 

 "Most of the NPP know the role of Kennedy and Bawumia in the party, so Alan has to convince them if he wants to win," he said.


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