Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, Leader and Founder of the Movement for Change, has introduced his Great Transformational Plan (GTP) aimed at lifting Ghana out of its persistent economic challenges and steering it towards becoming an industrialized nation that benefits all citizens.
Kyerematen emphasized that his aspiration to become President is fueled by the country’s faltering economy and the concerns of the majority of Ghanaians regarding their deteriorating economic conditions.
At a summit attended by key stakeholders in Ghana’s socio-economic sector, including Dr. Yaw Baah, General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress, Dr. Michael Abu Sakara Foster, former presidential candidate of the Convention Peoples Party, and Economist Dr. John Kwakye, Kyerematen outlined his vision for national development. He disclosed that he has assembled a team of experts to devise a non-partisan national development plan aimed at fostering robust economic growth and sustainable development.
Kyerematen’s Great Transformational Plan seeks to address critical economic challenges and chart a course towards prosperity for all citizens.
Source: Daily Graphics