Alan Kyerematen Back In NPP
Alan Kyerematen Back In NPP Website
Resigned New Patriotic Party presidential candidate, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen has made a u-turn to his roots. A statement signed by Mr. Kyerematen and issued in Accra said: “I acknowledge receipt with thanks, your letter dated April 25, 2008, on the above subject. “Following your appeal to me to reconsider my decision to resign from the Party, and with the personal assurances you have given in your letter to address in a timely manner, the concerns I have raised on various matters and also in consideration of the passionate appeal from His Excellency the President, the flag bearer, the elders, as well as the rank and file of the party, I write to rescind my earlier decision to resign my membership of the NPP. “I hope this decision will contribute to the further strengthening of the party”. Alan's return followed a decisive meeting at the Castle Osu, on May Day involving party stalwarts Apenteng Appiah Menka and Madam Ama Busia, both NPP Council of elders members. Others at the meeting included President J.A. Kufuor, presidential candidate Nana Akufo-Addo and Alan himself. A source at the meeting told myjoyonline that the meeting agreed to look formerly into Alan's complaints. "An agreement has been reached and all parties are satisfied. Alan is clearly assured of redress," said the source.