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With 10 days to go before the party finally chooses a flagbearer for 2016, NPP Presidential aspirant Alan Kyerematen has sold his key promise to pay party activists monthly salaries as part of a strategy to properly motivate them, if elected.

Speaking to potential delegates in Ho, the Volta regional capital, Alan pointed out that the NPP has lost the last two presidential elections partly because party footsoldiers have often been neglected in decision making and resource allocation.

This time if you make Alan your flagbearer, I will ensure that every executive, from polling station to coordinator to constituency will have the means of transport either bicycle or motorbike. Your bicycle will be registered in your personal name so that even when you are not an executive you can take it home as your reward for working for the party

He also promised to ensure that party workers at the grassroots level receives monthly salary via mobile money transfer. Those who do not have phones will receive ''Alan Cash Mobile money Phones''

The former Trade minister will be standing for the sole ticket for the third time after losing to former Attorney General Nana Akufo-Addo in 2007 and 2010.

A third replay of the often charged contest comes off 18th October. It will include MP for Mampong, Addai-Nimo regarded by analyst as an also-run.

Alan who will be going up against his familiar foe and 2012 flagbearer Nana Addo used the opportunity to bebunk notions that there is enmity between him and his familiar foe.
Source: Joy News

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