The Spokesperson for the Leader of the Movement for Change (MFC), Alan Kyerematen, has stated that Ghanaians will be saddled with poverty if they vote for the incumbent New Patriotic Party (NPP) or the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2024 general elections.
According to him, the country’s economic woes and untold hardships are to be laid at the feet of the country’s two leading parties, namely the NDC and the NPP, who have mismanaged the country’s resources for nearly 32 years and counting.
In an interview on Kasapa 102.5FM/Agoo TV Wednesday, the firebrand politician, Mr. Solomon Owusu, indicated that the only hope left for the citizenry apart from God is Hon. Alan Kyerematen, who has the best and optimum policies that will address Ghana’s economic challenges for growth and development.
“If you are a Ghanaian voter, listen to me well. If you vote for the NDC or NPP, what you are doing is promoting poverty. Because it is these two parties who have governed Ghana for the past 32 years and whose mismanagement has left a large number of Ghanaians wallowing in poverty. If that is what Ghanaians want, that’s fine, but I don’t think Ghanaians will continue making the mistake of bringing or keeping any of these two parties in power. I know Ghanaians want to have better lives and see development all around, and that is why it is important and necessary that Alan Kyerematen, who has an impeccable record, be voted into power in the 2024 election as president.”
“Alan has demonstrated that he is a visionary leader who has the development of Ghana at heart. Such a person is who Ghana must have as president to restore the country to its former glory,” he stressed.
Alan Kyerematen, who was a flagbearer aspirant of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) and widely recognized for his immense contributions and support to the party and his pivotal roles in various government positions, announced his decision to depart from the NPP to form the ‘Movement for Change’.
At a press conference held in Accra on Monday, September 25, Mr. Kyerematen noted that “it is abundantly clear to me that my services and contributions to the Party are not appreciated and that my continuous stay in the Party will create further tension and division, which is an exact replay of circumstances that led to my decision to resign from the Party in 2008.