Leader of the Movement for Change and 2024 Independent Presidential aspirant, Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen, has put forward 152 practical solutions he believes can transform Ghana’s current economic woes.
These solutions, formulated by a team of experts assembled by Kyerematen, were unveiled at the National Economic Summit organized by his movement.
The proposed solutions cover four key areas identified under the Economic Cluster, focusing on macroeconomy, industrial transformation, agricultural transformation, and tourism.
Kyerematen expressed confidence that these initiatives would instill hope among Ghanaians and alleviate the prevailing hardships.
Drawing a contrast with the approach of Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia during his tenure as running mate in the opposition, Kyerematen emphasized his commitment to providing solutions rather than merely raising questions. He highlighted the need for proactive measures to address the country’s pressing issues, underlining his readiness to collaborate with the government in implementing these solutions.
Speaking on Asempa FM’s political talk show “Ɛkosii Sɛn,” Kyerematen elaborated further on the proposed solutions. He also pledged to abolish the controversial electronic transaction levy (e-levy) if elected as President. Kyerematen criticized the e-levy, describing it as detrimental to the welfare of Ghanaians and arguing that its abolition would promote electronic transactions and stimulate economic growth.
Kyerematen’s stance on the e-levy aligns with his broader vision of fostering economic development and prosperity in Ghana. With his comprehensive set of solutions and commitment to addressing pressing economic challenges, Kyerematen aims to offer a viable path forward for the country’s economic recovery and growth.