I’m the leader to stop Ghana from going to IMF – Alan

Alan Kyerematen, who served as Ghana's Minister of Trade and Industry before he was succeeded by John Atta Mills, believes that Ghana needs a new kind of transformational leadership in order to avoid seeking assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Alan mentioned that Ghana has visited the Fund seventeen times, but the issues have not been resolved during that time.

According to him, in order to address the fundamental economic challenges, Ghana needs a leader who will move the country beyond merely achieving growth targets and toward transformation in order for it to be able to address the challenges.

On Monday, March 13, in Accra, during a meeting with the Ga Mantse King Tackie Teiko Tsuru II, Mr. Kyerematen said that he represents the kind of leader who will transform Ghana. He said this while speaking with King Tackie.

The candidate for the position of flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) stated, “I have no doubt in my mind that you are interested directly or indirectly in who becomes the next president of our country.”

In our party, our symbol is the elephant, and we know that the symbol of the Ga State is the elephant, so all Gas naturally belong to the NPP.

Because there is a spiritual connection between our symbols, it is appropriate on an occasion like this to recall in memory some of the stalwarts of our party who were subjects of this state.

“We remember Senior Obestsebi Lamptey, Peter Ala Adjetey, Obestesebi Lamptey Jr., who was chairman of the party, and then many others, including Samuel Odoi-Sykes and the much younger ones Ayikoi Otoo and Adjiri Blankson, among many others.

I believe that the importance of the Ga Community's contributions to our rise to power needs to be recognized and appreciated within our own party.

“And so, if it is the will of God for me to lead this party and I become president, I will make sure that gas plays a very prominent role in the government that I will run.”

Alan went on to say that he will do so for additional reasons that are very strategic in nature.

Alan explained it like this: “Because Greater Accra is the capital of our country, and it is also the entry point into our country, and first impressions are important.” As a result, it is in the government's best interest to work toward improving the state of Georgia.

“Secondly, the two most important challenges that confront us as a nation currently are maintaining a strong, resilient economy and, secondly, creating job opportunities, particularly for our youths.

Without fundamentally altering our nation, it is impossible to make significant headway against these two challenges.

Since we gained our independence, we have made 17 trips to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and we are currently working toward receiving a loan package from the IMF.

“We have to reverse this trend, and the only way we can reverse this trend is to have a transformational leader who can move the country beyond growth to transformation.

I say this with all due modesty and humility, but I believe that I am in a position to offer this country the opportunity to move forward in its transformation.

Randy Osei Akoto

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