Scores of people home and abroad have taken turns to commemorate the 66th birthday of Trade Minister, Alan John Kwadwo Kyeremanten whose birthday was October 3.
At home, the Minister's birthday was widely celebrated across the various regions of Ghana.
Ardent followers and loved ones observed the day with various activities.
The celebration which began on friday by supporters from Northern and Savanna which widely spread across other regions witnessed the love and faith people have in the Minister.
Notable of the regions and group that celebrated the Hon. Minister in Ghana includes, Ashanti ,Greater Accra, Central, Savannah, Upper East, Upper West and Western Regions, expats in the UK, USA and France as well as support groups, Alan Special Ladies,The Queens, The Pearls, Alan 4.2.4, Grassroots Movement for Alan and Students for Alan
Market women, private business owners groups and individuals were not left out as they showed their solidarity for him amidst the out pour of messages, which flooded the various social media platforms.
The birthday celebration was characterized with numerous activities in honour of Mr. Kyeremanten which includes, prayer sessions, thanksgiving service at the Alive Chapel International Church as well as donations made to some orphanages in some regions.
Amongst the donations made to some orphanages was the Echoing Hills Village at Madina in the Greater Accra Region from a group know as Alan Special Ladies.
Well wishers of the Minister, who doubles as the brain behind the popular One District One Factory agenda, made donations of assorted items and food as well as cutting of cake in his honour.
At the orphanage, the caretaker showed appreciation to the team for choosing to celebrate the man of the moment with them as well as for the gift items that were presented to the Home.
The children also took turns to pray for Mr. Kyeremanteng to succeed in life.
All these celebrations were held on the blind side of the Minister who is currently on a four working day tour in the Ashanti Region with the President.
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