Alan Kyerematen, an independent candidate for the 2024 elections and founder of the Movement for Change (MFC), is making a bold appeal to Ghanaians to reject the traditional political landscape dominated by the two main parties. In a gathering in Accra, Alan Kyerematen, popularly known as Alan Cash, criticized former President John Dramani Mahama and Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, stating that their leadership lacks fresh ideas for the country’s development. He questions the novelty of their proposals as presidential candidates for the NDC and NPP, emphasizing the necessity for innovative approaches.
During a mass orientation program that drew in over 150,000 volunteers, Kyerematen outlined his vision for Ghana and why he believes a third force, represented by the MFC, is crucial for the nation’s sustained development. He calls on the youth, seen as future leaders, and Ghanaians from all walks of life to join his movement and contribute to the transformative change he envisions in the 2024 General Election.
Despite acknowledging Vice President Bawumia’s selection as the NPP’s flagbearer, Alan Kyerematen contends that the electoral process seemed strategically tilted in favor of specific candidates during the primaries.
Confident in his capabilities, he asserts that Mahama and Bawumia will be no match for him in the upcoming elections. The MFC’s determination, evident in the overwhelming response to the orientation program, signals a growing interest in an alternative political force in Ghana. What are your thoughts on Kyerematen’s strategy and the potential impact of a third force in the political landscape?