Presidential hopeful, Alan John Kyerematen, has stated that he has no intention of dipping his hands into public funds to run his campaign.
According to him, it is that principle that has warranted his decision to rather raise funds from the party faithful and those who believe in his agenda.
The NPP flagbearer made this statement at the official launch of “ Ketewa Biara Nsua” to raise campaign funds t the Accra International Conference Centre.
Alan emphatically stated that he won’t rely on government funds to support his campaign if he wins the presidential primaries adding that he wants to run a government by the people, for the people, and of the people. He said this is why his team members have come up with a great and unique way to involve the people in raising funds to support his campaign.
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He believes that with this, he is working with the people for them to have the satisfaction that they helped usher in a great transformational phase in Ghana s development.
Mr Kyeremanten stated that people supporting his campaign are contributing to their own future as a form of investment saying, “Investing in a credible, charismatic, competent, and man of good character to help usher Ghana into greatness.”
Alan’s campaign team has come up with an innovative way to help people contribute to his campaign. The new method has to do with mobile applications with database system in three denominational platforms to keep records and receipts of people who send money through the application to support his campaign.
Alan’s team stated that the database will help its aspirant know the number of people and constituencies who contribute to the fundraising.