I was forced to take a back stage in Akufo-Addo's campaign; Alan reveals
Posted on: 2014-Jul-23        
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Mr. Alan Kyerematen has dismissed allegations leveled against him by political opponents that he did not help the party in the 2012 general elections.

In addressing some delegates of the NPP on his Greater-Accra campaign tour, he noted that it is pure propaganda against his person and also a deliberate orchestration to cause disaffection against him in the eyes of the party people.

Mr. Alan Kyerematen recounted on many instances where he had to travel into the country at his own expense to help the 2012 campaign.

He stressed that he travelled extensively with Nana Akufo Addo across the country especially in the Greater Accra, Ashanti and Brong-Ahafo regions. However, he was neither acknowledged at the various constituencies they visited nor was he made to speak on the campaign platforms.

He further stated that he was able to mobilize some businessmen to make huge financial and logistical donations to the party in the 2012 general elections as he has always done in the past.

With regard to the famous election petition, he mentioned that he had to find his own accreditation to gain admission into the Supreme Court in all the instances he was present including the day the judgment was read.

Mr. Alan Kyerematen maintained that the interest of the party must remain supreme and will therefore continue to serve and avail himself at all times for the progress of the party.

He called on party faithful’s not to believe the lies being said against him and unite for victory in 2016.