Alan John Kyerematen, an independent presidential candidate, has made a call to Ghanaians to rethink their political affiliations in the forthcoming elections.
He’s urging a shift from the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), whom he holds responsible for the country’s current predicaments.
In a conversation with Aduanaba Kofi Asante Ennin on the GhanAkoma evening political show on Akoma FM 98.9MHz in Kumasi, Kyeremanten voiced his concerns about the two leading political parties’ role in the nation’s woes. He offered a glimmer of hope to Ghanaians, pledging to rectify the severe mismanagement that has been the norm for the past four decades if he is elected on December 7, 2024.
Kyeremanten’s vision is not about creating a new political party, but rather, he believes Ghanaians are yearning for a new leader. He proposes a government of national unity that would bring together all political parties and institutions in the country.
He also highlighted the urgent need for a comprehensive national development plan. Kyeremanten’s priorities include sustainable job creation and women’s empowerment among others.
He acknowledges the dire need for jobs, especially among the youth and university graduates. He is confident that with the right mechanisms in place, many people can be gainfully employed.
In addition, Kyeremanten emphasized that his government will place a high premium on women’s empowerment. He believes that empowering women is a crucial step towards national development.
SOURCE: Senali News Ghana