Alan Kyerematen is a rare servant leader, without blemish – Dr. Ampiah-Kwofi

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General Overseer of Global Revival Ministries, Rev Dr. Robert Ampiah-Kwofi has praised former Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kojo Kyerematen, for maintaining an unblemished record while in office.

“Public service is a very difficult arena to work in. Either one makes enemies or does something that spoils one’s character and career. However, after several years in Kufuors’ Government and six years in the Government of Nana Addo, nothing, absolutely nothing scandalous, can be found against Hon Alan Kyerematen”, Rev Ampiah-Kwofi, said.

He said this on Sunday, January 29, 2023, when he was delivering the sermon at a National Thanksgiving and Empowerment Service.

Rev. Ampiah-Kwofi said Alan Kyerematen’s “integrity marks him out as the quintessential servant-leader, who has the benefit of the peoples as the center of his vision”.

He also lauded him for his impeccable record in government and for his effort in incubating and driving private sector growth to meet the dire needs for jobs bedeviling growth on the African Continent.

As an economist and enterprise expert, he had a big hand in the drafting and implementation of the protocol that set up AfCFTA, now touted as the main driver of prosperity on the continent.

As a lawyer, he brings a unique perspective to governance, especially, forging unity and inclusiveness in party building and the strengthening and consolidation of democracy.
Alan Kyerematen plans to modernise the NPP into a self-sustaining organisation that can continue in power to stabilise growth and prosperity in Ghana.

‘Alan Cash’ as he is affectionately called, the former trade minister is a flagbearer aspirant for, the New Patriotic (NPP) towards the 2024 election as his party looks forward to breaking the eight.

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