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I did not join Alan Kyerematen’s ARC – Wilson Jnr

Wilson Jr.  has denied joining the Alan camp Wilson Jr. has denied joining the Alan camp

The Chief Crusader of the Anti-Corruption Crusaders, Mr. Emmanuel Wilson Jr., has debunked speculation that he has joined Alan Kyerematen’s Alliance for Revolutionary Change (ARC) movement, urging Ghanaians to denounce any publication in that meaning to ignore.

Despite honoring an invitation to the April 17 launch of the Alliance for Revolutionary Change, Wilson Jr. in a statement that he was not part of the alliance that signed a pact to participate in the 2024 general elections under the banner of a coalition called the Alliance for Revolutionary Change.

“Neither myself nor my organization are part of an alliance. I strongly distance myself and Crusaders Against Corruption Ghana from it, and would like the public to ignore any publication of this,” Wilson Jr. said. in his statement.

He also refuted claims by Boaben Asamoah, a spokesperson for Alan Kyeremanten, that he (Wilson Jnr) had signed an MOU to join the launch of the alliance.

His disclaimer comes after some media outlets published that the Chief Crusader and his group of corruption fighters had pushed his group to join the alliance established by former Trade and Industry Minister Alan Kyerematen.

Below is the Chief Crusader’s statement;

Crusaders distance themselves from ARC

Earlier, the Crusaders Against Corruption Ghana debunked claims that the anti-corruption body had joined the Alliance for Revolutionary Change.

In a statement, the Executive Secretary, Theophilus Eweh, said CAC-Gh is a highly sought-after body to attend meetings and participate in discussions of political parties and coalitions. has honored an invitation for an alliance launch dated 17.04.2024.

Eweh explained that “we, as courtesy demanded, while conveying messages of solidarity, made a very important proposal, namely the need for Ghana to set up a Corruption Audit Authority,” and further indicated that the CSO will be ready to work with “any individual, organization, movement, political party, etc., that is committed to our principles and approach in the fight against corruption in Ghana.”

Below you will find the CAC-Gh statement;

Crusaders Against Corruption Ghana has not signed an MOU nor accepted to be part of any Alliance Crusaders Against Corruption – Ghana (CAC-Gh) is a citizen-led anti-corruption and good governance civil society organization that promotes anti-corruption and good governance to the public. advocacy, policy advice to decision makers, public education on anti-corruption and support to improve the lives of our citizens, our public administration and government
institutions that would impact the growth and health of our country, Ghana.

As a highly sought-after body to attend meetings and participate in discussions of political parties and coalitions etc., of which the Alliance for Revolutionary Change is no exception, CAC-Gh. has honored an invitation for an alliance launch dated 17.04.2024. As courtesy demanded, while conveying messages of solidarity, we made a very important proposal, namely, the need for Ghana to set up a CORRUPTION AUDIT AUTHORITY, and further indicated that we will be ready to work with any individual, organization, movement, political party, etc., who is committed to our principles and approach in the fight against corruption in Ghana.

Nevertheless, we have never had such involvement with any political party, presidential candidate or movement.

We assure the general public that if and when this happens, we will communicate the same to the general public and especially to our members across the country.

It is important to note that CAC-Gh. works with structures and a decision on this requires the full approval of the board members, led by our chairman, Bishop Dr. Suzanne Nti.