A Presidential candidate-hopeful of the New Patriotic Party Alan Kyerematen has paid for nomination forms for all aspiring polling station executives across the country.

The Trade and Industry Minister funded the entire nomination forms in all 275 constituencies to facilitate the ongoing polling station level election process within the elephant family.

To lessen the burden on the grassroots leaders, the Trade Minister sent out monies to the various constituencies to cover the cost which otherwise would have been borne by the very grassroots members of the party.

In the case of orphan constituencies, Mr. Kyerematen paid for both the nomination forms and the cost of the passport pictures of the aspiring polling station executives.

The gesture forms part of efforts by Mr Kyerematen to support polling station executives of  of the New Patriotic Party.

Mr Kyerematen is expected to slag it out with Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia and others for the flagbearer slot of the ruling party.

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