The Great Transformational Plan (GTP), according to Movement for Change Leader and Founder Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, will pull the nation out of its ongoing economic quagmire and turn it into an industrialized nation that benefits everyone.
He claimed that the faltering economy and the anxiety felt by most Ghanaians over their deteriorating financial circumstances were the foundations of his fervor to become the nation’s president.
“I have assembled the best brains and talents to formulate a plan to help Ghanaians escape from poverty,” he stated when his outfit, the Movement for Change, organised a ‘National Economic Summit’ at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra last Friday.
Dr. Yaw Baah, the general secretary of the Trades Union Congress, Dr. Michael Abu Sakara Foster, the former presidential candidate of the Convention Peoples Party, Dr. John Kwakye, an economist, and other notable dignitaries attended the summit, which brought together stakeholders in the nation’s socioeconomic sector.
Mr. Kyerematen emphasized that Ghanaians as a whole want a national development agenda that goes beyond political platform platforms.
Partisan manifestos have impeded the nation’s progress over the last thirty years, the former minister of trade and industry expressed concern.
He emphasized Ghana’s wealth of human resources and claimed that partisan manifestos had prevented the country from using them for its own development.
In response, Mr. Kyerematen disclosed that he had put together a group of specialists to discuss a nonpartisan national development plan that would promote economic expansion.
He clarified that this program was in line with the Great Transformation Plan (GTP), a comprehensive plan designed to direct the nation’s development under his direction.
He emphasized that the National Economic Summit provided a forum for contemplating this new route to prosperity for the people of Ghana.
He advocated for a cooperative, unbiased strategy to determine Ghana’s future course of development.