Hopeson Adorye, a former Security Coordinator at Kotoka International Airport (KIA), has proclaimed his intention to vote against the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the 2024 elections.

He says he will vote for Alan Kyerematen's Movement for Change rather than the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).

The former NPP parliamentary candidate in the Kpone-Katamanso Constituency said that he was a staunch admirer of the former Trade and Industry Minister who defected from the NPP.

He still feels that, in addition to his commitment to the ruling party, he is also devoted to the NPP.

“I am going to vote for Alan Kyerematen on December 7, 2024, and then parliamentary I will give it to my party NPP. If they don’t want it, I can take the two [vote],” he told Accra-based media outlet after gracing the Greater Accra Volunteers Activation event organised by Movement for Change on Wednesday.

Despite his open support for the former NPP member's independent presidential campaign, Mr Adorye claims he remains a devoted NPP member.

"I am a member of the party, and I paid my dues this week." If they want to say we don't need you, they will just compute my dues and pay them to me," he explained.

Mr. Kyeremanten announced his resignation from the NPP on September 25 and founded the Movement for Change.

In this movement, he announced the Great Transformational Plan (GTP), which he believes will greatly reduce poverty and bring prosperity to the country.