‘You’re not relevant in modern politics’ — Annoh-Dompreh slams Alan over ‘elect Christian President’ comment

Politics Nsawam Adoagyiri MP, Frank Annoh-Domprehleft and Movement for Change Leader Alan Kyeremateng
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Nsawam Adoagyiri MP, Frank Annoh-Dompreh[left] and Movement for Change Leader Alan Kyeremateng

NPP Member of Parliament for Nsawam Adoagyiri, Frank Annoh-Dompreh has criticized a comment by 2024 independent presidential candidate Alan Kyerematen.

He has accused Mr. Kyerematen of promoting a backwards and divisive politics.

Speaking over the weekend, Alan Kyerematen, former Minister of Trade and Industries and leader of the Movement for Change, stated that "as a predominantly Christian nation, as Christians, it is our responsibility to ensure that we elect a Christian leader who is also a Christ-like leader."

Responding to Kyerematen's statement on Tuesday, Annoh-Dompreh said in a post on X April 2, that the comment was "backwards, terrible & and ugly, to say the least."

The Majority Chief Whip in Parliament further noted that the NPP was ‘truly 'suffering' in bearing & tolerating" Kyerematen over the years.

He challenged him to "Show me one country globally who has succeeded by using your theory."

Annoh-Dompreh further argued that the presidential candidate is "clearly not relevant in our 'modern' body politics!” and should “bow in shame!"

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