Sat. May 18th, 2024

He says he is refocusing his efforts to recapture the Kpandai seat for the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

This was contained in a statement issued on Sunday, September 10.

It comes days after Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen also brought to an end his dream to lead the NPP in the 2024 elections.

He withdrew from the race ahead of the November 4 Primary, having come third in last month’s Super Delegates’ Conference.

Mr Nyamah expressed gratitude to Mr Kyerematen for giving him the opportunity to serve.

“As an aspiring Parliamentary Candidate for Kpandai, his withdrawal from the race makes my role as his Deputy Spokesperson and Deputy Director of Communications to his campaign redundant and ineffectual,” he stated.

“As a result, I am by this statement informing the public of my intention to refocus all my efforts henceforth, on my campaign to become the Parliamentary Candidate of the NPP in Kpandai to ensure we recapture the seat from the NDC and help NPP break the eight.

“I thank Hon Kyerematen for the opportunity to have served him and the party and wish him well as he reevaluates his role in Ghanaian politics.

“I also wish to thank the Ghanaian media for its support so far and hope that as I deepen my focus on the Kpandai seat, I will continue to enjoy the same level of cooperation.”


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