Mr. Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, the founder of the Movement for Change, has stressed that the finance for infrastructure development in his Great Transformational Plan (GTP) comes from the private sector.
Alan claims that Ghana’s underdevelopment is a result of previous governments trying to locate developmental projects through their budgets while they are short on the necessary finances.
According to him, the GTP’s 15 theme areas would drive Ghana’s transformational agenda toward job creation and aid in addressing the unemployment problem, particularly among young people.
The Independent Presidential candidate said on Wednesday that the economy must always be robust, which is why he supports a rigorous industrialization program with sufficient money. He was speaking to Kwesi Parker Wilson, host of Oyerepa TV Breakfast Time.
The Great Transformational Plan, he said, will basically promote economic stability, Industrialization, agriculture, energy, Health, and Education to change Ghana.
Mr. Kyerematen pointed to industrialization as the basis of his approach to job creation.
He expressed the hope that Ghana is about to experience a major transformation following political independence.
He disclosed that he will draw his support from the rank and file of the NDC, NPP, CPP, professionals and the general public as his Constituency to push the transformational agenda for Ghana and urged the youth to champion the proposed transformational agenda.