Supporters of independent presidential aspirant, Alan Kyerematen have accused the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) of using money as a tool to induce young people from the Movement for Change.

In a statement on April 22, the Movement condemned the NPP’s tactics, describing it as a desperate attempt by the ruling party to counter their influence.

“We are aware of the clandestine operations of the New Patriotic Party to undermine the candidature of Alan Kyerematen. This time in a full display of ‘monicracy’, there have been blatant attempts to use money as a tool to pull young people from the Movement for Change. This defines the awful state of the New Patriotic Party who are forced into their panic mode to stoop so low,” the statement read.

However, the group emphasized that its members cannot be bought.

They underscored their members’ steadfastness, asserting that integrity cannot be swayed by monetary inducements.

“Let us emphasize that the true young people of this Revolution cannot be bought. We the youth are convinced in the leadership of Alan Kyerematen and will not trade our integrity and convictions on the altar of incompetence and corruption.”

The Movement for Change has vowed to resist attempts by both the NPP and National Democratic Congress (NDC) to manipulate young voters through financial means.

They stressed that, the youth will emerge victorious in this battle for integrity and genuine leadership.

“NPP and NDC shall no longer take the youth for granted. NPP and NDC cannot buy the conscience of young people with their spoils of corruption. The youth shall win this war!”

Read statement below: