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Mr Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen (Alan Cash)
Ghana

Mr Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen (Alan Cash)

Date of Birth: 03/10/1955


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New order tackles old debts

Leading the charge on Trade and Industry will be the new minister, Alan Kyerematen from Ashanti Region, a former contender for the NPP leadership...


A turning point vote for the Black Star

Then he held out an olive branch to his nearest rival in the party's presidential primaries, former Trade Minister Alan Kyerematen, whose base is in the populous Ashanti region, which has 47 parliamentary seats and over 2...

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Letting a crisis go to waste

Those who have paid the 80,000-cedi (US$23,000) filing fee for nominations include front-runner Nana Akufo-Addo; his main rival Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, who has run and lost to Akufo-Addo on the last two occasions; former Attorney General Joe Ghartey, now second Deputy Speaker of Parliament; the former Information and National Orientation Minister, Stephen Asamoah-Boateng; and Dr Kofi Konadu Apraku...


The wizard of Accra

For his detractors, who favour rival candidate Alan Kyerematen (aka Alan Cash, AC Vol 49 No 9, Cash call), 58, it is time for new blood...


The vote on trial

Kufuor tacitly backed Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen (aka ‘Alan Cash’) to lead the party but he lost the contest by 80:20...


Cash call

The resignation of former Trade Minister and unsuccessful presidential candidate Alan Kyerematen from the ruling New Patriotic Party on 17 April has shocked Ghana’s political class...


Show time for the spooks

No Cash after Kufuor The usually mild-mannered President Kufuor finally lost his temper over the failure of his favoured candidate, ex-Trade Minister Alan Kyerematen, to secure the succession as leader of the ruling New Patriotic Party at its 22 December congress (AC Vol 49 No 1)...


Everyone's in the race

THE TOP TRIO Three leading NPP presidential contenders have emerged: Foreign Minister Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, fresh from the African Union summit (AC Vol 48 No 14); Trade and Industry Minister Alan Kyerematen; and former Finance and Education Minister Yaw Osafo-Maafo...


Ministerial and musical chairs

Trade, Industry, Private Sector Development and President's Special Initiatives: Joe Baidoe-Ansah, the biggest surprise of the reshuffle, moves after just 15 months in his first post as Deputy at Tourism to replace the heavyweight Alan Kyerematen...


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