Franklin Cudjo, the founder and CEO of Imani Ghana, attested to Hon. Alan Kyerematen’s legitimacy during a stakeholder meeting with CSOs and the former Trade and Industry Minister.
During a roundtable meeting between Hon. Alan Kyerematen and Civil Society Organizations, the founder of Imani Ghana paid homage to the Hon.
The nation’s civil society organizations (CSOs) met with Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, the independent presidential candidate, to go over his Great Transformational Plan (GTP), which is his blueprint for putting Ghana’s economy on a steady growth path.
The meeting, which takes place at the Movenpick Hotel in Accra on Tuesday, November 14, 2023, is scheduled to follow others of a similar nature that included industry captains.
Under the theme: “A Transformation Agenda for All Ghanaians” Mr. Kyerematen who is also founder of the Movement for Change, will exchange ideas on his GTP with the CSOs seen as major stakeholders in shaping strategic policies for development of the country.
Addressing the stakeholders at the gathering, the Imani Boss did not mince words in heaping kind words on the founder for Movement for Change (MFC).
“Many people have said these before but knowing who you are, I am confident that you will implement these transformational changes.” Franklin Kudjo of Imani celebrates Hon. Alan Kyerematen.
Alan Kyerematen is well-known for his wealth of public service experience and dedication to promoting constructive change. With his extensive experience in industrialization, commerce, and public policy, he has been the driving force behind Ghana’s most successful development programs as the country’s longest-serving Minister of Trade.
The meeting is being attended by a formidable coalition of Ghana’s top advocacy and research groups, known as Civil Society Organizations. Several prominent groups are included on this list, including the National Interest Movement (NIM), the Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEC), the Center for Democratic Development (CDD), and IMANI. These organizations have continuously been essential in formulating Ghana’s policies and offering insightful commentary on a range of topics pertaining to the country’s progress.
Alan Kyerematen’s Great Transformational Plan, a comprehensive vision for the nation’s future, has already garnered considerable attention and acceptance. Indeed, many believe that this meeting with CSOs is another essential step in ensuring the plan’s success.
The theme, “A Transformation Agenda for All Ghanaians,” summarizes the importance of inclusivity in the nation’s development journey. It reflects a commitment to ensuring that the transformational plan put forward by Alan Kyerematen serves the best interests of all Ghanaians, regardless of their backgrounds or circumstances.
In a similar vein, this meeting will give the CSOs and Alan Kyerematen a forum for candid and fruitful discussion, encouraging the sharing of suggestions, worries, and ideas. The goal of this cooperative effort is to improve and refine the Great Transformational Plan so that it is more resilient, all-encompassing, and sensitive to the needs and ambitions of the Ghanaian people.
This occasion highlights Ghana’s enormous potential for positive change and represents the strength of cooperation, diversity, and civic involvement. There is little doubt that the conversations, discoveries, and conclusions from this gathering will have a significant impact on the whole country and help to realize a more affluent and just Ghana for all.