Saturday, 15 June

OPK distances himself from Alan's movement for 2024

Politics
Davies Ansah Opoku, MP for Mpraeso

In the realm of Ghanaian politics, a seismic shift occurred when Mr Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, a familiar face with a political legacy spanning 17 years, announced his resignation from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and his intention to run as an independent candidate in the upcoming 2024 general elections. 

This decision sent ripples of astonishment through the corridors of political power, leaving many to ponder the implications for party loyalty and unity within the country's democratic process.

One voice that rose prominently amidst this tumultuous announcement was that of Davis Ansah Opoku (OPK), a seasoned Member of Parliament representing the Mpraeso Constituency within the NPP. 

Mr OPK's relationship with Kyerematen had been one of camaraderie, forged through years of shared political battles and cooperation.

Yet, despite this close connection, Mr OPK felt compelled to distance himself from Kyerematen's bold choice.

In a heartfelt statement issued on a significant day, September 25, 2023, after the announcement of Mr Kyerematen's resignation from the party, Mr OPK articulated his profound dismay, describing it as a disheartening deviation from the core principles of party loyalty and unity that have long underpinned Ghana's democratic process. 

He emphasised that the NPP's strength had always rested on the foundation of unity and the collective support of its members.

Mr OPK's unwavering commitment to the New Patriotic Party and its vision for Ghana shone through his words. 

He pointed to the party's track record of good governance and development, even in the face of formidable challenges, as evidence of its capability to lead the nation effectively.

The Member of Parliament passionately rallied fellow party members, stressing that the NPP was a repository of great ideals.

He urged them to come together, reaffirm their loyalty to the party, and channel their efforts toward securing victory in the 2024 elections.

For Mr OPK, the NPP remained supreme, and its strength lay in the unity of its members.

As the story of Alan Kyerematen's independent candidacy continues to unfold, Ghanaians find themselves at a pivotal moment in their nation's political history. 

The upcoming elections promised to be a battleground of ideas and principles, where the unity of the NPP would be put to the test. 

Mr OPK's resolute commitment to his party's cause and his call for unity resonated as a rallying cry, as the nation eagerly awaited the democratic contest that lay ahead.

Source: Classfmonline.com/cecil Mensah