Independent presidential candidate and founder of Movement for Change (MFC), Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, has urged Ghanaians to vote out both the NDC and the NPP in the 2024 general elections because they have absolutely nothing new to change the economic fortunes of the country.
According to him, bringing to an end the mismanagement of the country’s economy witnessed under the administration of both the NPP and the NDC will bring a profound change to Ghana’s governance system.
Mr. Kyerematen appealed to Ghanaians to join hands with his MFC train to collectively salvage the country from the bandages of the NDC and NPP.
Speaking to a mass gathering of volunteers as part of his orientation program in Accra, the former Trade and Industry Minister queried what new ideas Mahama and Bawumia are bringing on board to ease the untold hardship of Ghanaians.
Mr. Kyerematen indicated Ghana is now yearning for a leader with fresh ideas and a new way of steering the affairs of the country for sustainable development.
He admonished the youth, as future leaders of the country, as well as Ghanaians across the country, to join his MFC train to help bring economic relief for the betterment of all in the 2024 general election.
“What new things are they bringing to the table? What was it that they wanted to do but couldn’t do during their time in power? They have nothing special or new to offer from the old format of running government”, Alan told cheering volunteers at the orientation program.
He highlighted his plans for the country and why a third force in Ghana’s geopolitical space was Paramount.
The orientation program attracted over 150,000 volunteers who offered to join the MFC and exhibited the determination of the new movement to take power from the inept NPP in the 2024 elections.
The former Trade and Industry Minister dazed the New Patriotic Party by exiting the presidential primaries,saying machinations and foul play within the party in favor of a particular aspirant were the rationale behind pulling out of the race and tendering his resignation letter.