2024 Polls: there’s a plot to disqualify Alan & Cheddar
A political strategist William Owusu Ansah has claimed that there is an ongoing plot to prevent Alan Kyerematen, the leader and founder of Movement for Change, from participating in the presidential election.
According to William Owusu Ansah, the government intends to utilize the Electoral Commission to disqualify Kyerematen because they view him as a threat to their agenda. Ansah made these allegations during his appearance on Frontline on Rainbow Radio 87.5 FM. He further stated that Nana Kwame Bediako, also known as Cheddar and the founder of ‘The New Force’, would also face disqualification. Ansah believes that the government is manipulating the electoral body to carry out this agenda.
He confidently asserts that Kyerematen and Cheddar will be disqualified, leaving the contest between Mahama and Bawumia. Ansah warns that the upcoming 2024 election will not be smooth sailing and predicts that unforeseen events will unfold. He cites the decision by the Electoral Commission to change the closing time of polls from 5 p.m. to 3 p.m. as a part of the strategy being employed.
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