Alan Kyerematen, Abu Sakara Forms Partnership For 2024 Polls

The Movement for Change  spearheaded by Alan Kyerematen, and the National Interest Movement (NIM), led by Dr Abu Sakara Foster, have announced the successful conclusion of discussions with various political entities to form a grand alliance for the upcoming 2024 general elections.

In a press release issued by the Movement for Change on Thursday, April 4, it was revealed that the alliance aims to challenge the long-standing dominance of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

The statement emphasised that both major parties headed by Alan Kyerematen and Abu Sakara have fallen short in addressing the core developmental issues facing the nation.

They highlighted the recurring lack of continuity in government projects, a characteristic associated with the NDC-NPP duopoly, as a concern that must be addressed.

The alliance asserts that such lapses cannot be allowed to persist, underscoring the need for a fresh approach to governance that prioritizes sustained development and progress for the nation.

“The Alliance seeks to end the dominance of the duopoly, the NDC and the NPP, in Ghanaian politics, two Parties which after 32 years in government, have failed to address the fundamental challenges of development in our beloved country.

“The divisiveness in Ghanaian politics, the ‘Winner takes all’ syndrome as well as the lack of continuity in the execution of government projects which have been associated with the duopoly, have brought untold hardships on the good people of Ghana.

The Alliance will work towards forming an all-inclusive Government of National Unity with representation from Political Parties, the Business Community, Farmers and Fishermen, Labour Unions, Faith-Based Organisations, Traditional Authorities, Civil Society Organisations, Academia, Media, and other Stakeholder Interest Groups.

“The Alliance will also mobilise consensus towards a National Development Plan which will go beyond Party Manifestoes and constitute the Blueprint for Ghana’s economic transformation,” they indicated in a statement.

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