I’ll Restore Confidence in Ghana’s Economy -Alan 

Mr Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen has pledged to restore confidence in the Ghanaian economy if elected as President of Ghana. During his campaign tour in Koforidua, on Monday, Mr Kyerematen outlined several measures to revive the economy and strengthen the cedi’s value.

“The strength of the cedi depends on the demand and supply of foreign exchange. There is no other way to strengthen the cedi unless you produce and export.

“If you produce locally and also export abroad, you can reduce the demand for dollars in the country and make the cedi more competitive internationally,” he said.

He argued that among the prominent candidates running in the 2024 General Election, he is the only one capable of driving production and exports to revive the cedi.

“So between Alan, ex-president Mahama and Dr Bawumia, if it’s production and exports that will revive the cedi, who among the three of us can do that? Ghana needs an industrial revolution now to create a brighter future for its people, and I am the leader with the action plan to achieve this transformation.”

Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen

Alan Kyerematen also outlined his plan to create jobs and increase incomes by developing unique “growth pole” industries in each region of Ghana to attract investment. He pledged to transform the Eastern Region into a research and innovation hub of West Africa, by leveraging private sector investment and the existing networks of government agencies and human resources.

This approach would allow each region to contribute to the national development agenda in a focused and sustainable way based on their competitive advantage.

Alan Kyerematen envisions moving Ghana beyond manifesto promises to a long-term national plan, where all Ghanaians can contribute to and benefit from the country’s progress.

Specifically, he will advocate for constitutional reforms that facilitate building consensus on the national development plan by gaining input from various stakeholders, including business leaders, religious leaders and traditional leaders.

This way, successive governments would continue strategic projects that will have a long-lasting impact on Ghanaian lives. His leadership in initiatives like the Presidential Special Initiatives (PSI) and One District One Factory (1D1F) demonstrates his capability to lead Ghana’s industrial revolution and economic transformation.

In conclusion, Alan Kyerematen asserted that the right leader is crucial in restoring confidence in the economy.

“Voting for me as President of Ghana, with the unique vision I have, will send the right signals about the next stage of Ghana’s development.

“Among all the candidates, I have the needed experience, track record and integrity to transform Ghana and lead us towards a prosperous future. Ghana needs change now and it is the people of Ghana who have the power to bring about this change by voting for the right leader in this year’s elections.”

Alan Kyerematen was accompanied by leading members of the Alliance for Revolutionary Change (ARC) including; Dr. Abu Sakara Foster, Mr. Akwasi Addai Odike, Nana Ohene Ntow, Henry Asante, Mr. Samuel Ampofo, Mrs. Augustina Cudjoe and Yaw Buaben Asamoa.


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