This follows concerns he raised following last Saturday's Super Delegates' Conference.
The former Minister of Trade and Industry placed third with 95 votes but was not happy with the turnout of events, particularly with an alleged attack on his polling agent in the North East Region, where contender Dr Mahamudu Bawumia scooped all votes.
“This is an indelible blot to the integrity of the internal democratic process within the NPP,” he stated after the voting.
“I wish my colleague speedy recovery and God's manifold blessings, and would like to assure him and his family of my unwavering support for his wellbeing.”
Addressing the media on Monday, August 29, Spokesperson of the Elections Committee Alexander Afenyo-Markin, who is also the Deputy Majority Leader, said Mr Kyerematen will be invited for a “one-on-one engagement”.
“We have become aware that one of the aspirants raised certain issues,” he pointed out.
“Apart from the main meeting with all the aspirants, that aspirant is also going to be invited for a one-on-one engagement to listen to him in respect of the specific issues that he raised.”
He said this is a move taken for the sake of party unity.
Before this special meeting with Mr Kyerematen on Tuesday, August 29, all the 10 aspirants will be engaged, according to Mr Afenyo-Markin, to hear from them.
“We have taken it upon ourselves that from what we have heard [and] seen in the social media, we are inviting certain personalities to appear before us for engagement. We want to hear them.
“We have heard of certain allegations from the media although from Saturday to this hour, no formal complaint has come but for the sake of the party's well being, for the sake of the unity of the party, we have taken it upon ourselves.”