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NewsI’m ready to debate Dr Bawumia and Mahama - Alan Kyerematen

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I’m ready to debate Dr Bawumia and Mahama – Alan Kyerematen

Presidential Candidate for the Movement for Change, Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten, has announced his readiness to engage in a presidential debate with his opponents from various political parties, particularly candidates from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

This declaration came during an interview on Neat FM, where Mr. Kyerematen responded to a listener’s question regarding his stance on participating in a presidential debate. 

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The listener inquired if he would be willing to engage in a debate alongside Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and former President John Dramani Mahama.

In response, Mr. Kyerematen expressed his openness to the idea, stating, “Why not?,” indicating his willingness to partake in the debate should the opportunity arise.

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The upcoming 2024 general elections is anticipated to be a fierce battle between the NPP, NDC, and other presidential aspirants including the leader of the Movement for Change, with each party vying for control of the presidency. 

Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten’s Movement for Change has emerged as a new contender, seeking to challenge the dominance of the traditional parties.

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Having previously been associated with the NPP, Mr. Kyerematen’s decision to establish his own party signals a break from the status quo and a desire for change. 

He is banking on the support of Ghanaians to vote for him, with hopes of ascending to the presidency. 

Similarly, both the NPP and NDC are also gearing up for a fierce electoral contest, each aiming to secure victory and lead the country forward.

As the election approaches, the political landscape in Ghana is expected to intensify, with each party presenting its vision and policies to garner support from the electorate. 

The presidential debate, if it materializes, will provide a platform for candidates to articulate their agendas and engage in discourse on critical national issues, further shaping the trajectory of the election.

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