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Alan Kyerematen to set up â??NPP Bankâ??

Comment: WHOSE SIDE IS KYEREMATENG ON?

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Tilapia
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2014-07-17 11:52:35
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Kwabena wake up! The fact that an NDC paper gives presumably 'commendable', or is it favorable coverage to Kyeremateng, should suggest to you or tell you that there must be plenty wrong about Kyeremateng as a possible leader of the NPP.

Have you not noticed the way the NDC has been going soft on Kyeremateng in particular over the years? If you have not noticed it, take a good look with your 'glasses' on.

On the contrary, have you also not noticed how the NDC does not spare the least opportunity at any time to demean and vilify Akuffo-Addo? They continue to call him all sorts of names and try to belittle his successes into shame. Guess why?

The NDC is mortally frightened and threatened by the resurgence of an Akuffo-Addo led NPP - especially in the face of their dismal performance in govt. For some reason which I cannot fathom, they seem to consider Akuffo-Addo as their nemesis - that is, the man they cannot overcome in a fair challenge.

I am not an NPP sympathizer - to put it mildly, but for me anything that will eliminate the NDC from the scene serves my purpose and that of the entire country.

In the chess game of politics, Alan Kyeremateng can therefore be conveniently considered as a pawn in the camp of the NDC - whether he is aware of this or not. He serves their purposes - whether he knows this or not.

Again why would any sensible politician want to set up a bank for only his party members? This is a weird idea which promises to further deepen the political polarization of the people of Ghana.

Hasnt Kyeremateng got any advisers? Yesterday he was boasting about some Presidential initiative which he set up during the time he served under Kufuor as Minister of Trade. That concept was still-born and collapsed before it could even walk. For Kyeremateng to even have the nerve to make reference to that shamefully failed project as a credit to his capability to govern this country, seems to suggest that he considers his party members - or for that matter, all Ghanaians as fools.

Kyeremateng in his seemingly desperate and reckless effort at winning the flag-bearership of the NPP, is carving an image for himself which suggests that he is a student of the Okudjeto-Ablakwa/Felix-Owusu Kwakyi school of thought.

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WHOSE SIDE IS KYEREMATENG ON?
Tilapia
07-17 11:52