I’ll consult political parties before appointing their members as ministers – Alan


Independent aspirant Alan John Kyerematen has pledged his commitment to consult all political parties before appointing their members as ministers of state or heads of any institution in the country.

He also called on all the political parties in the country to open their doors to him to enable him build a united if elected as president in 2024.

Speaking on GhanAkoma evening political show on 87.9MHz in with Aduanaba Kofi Asante Ennin, Mr Kyerematen said he would engage politicians and non-politicians alike in running his government.

The founder of the Movement for Change said an independent candidate as President is the best Ghana can have.

He told the host that he would engage NPP, NDC, and a larger number of experienced and skilled professional to deliver a national unity policy.

Mr Kyerematen pointed out that his presidential bid is influenced by his ambition as an agent of change and transformation since being President gives one the best opportunity to bring about the desired change.

Going independent means he would be dealing directly with over 5.5 million voters and floating voters who identify with his Great Transformational Plan (GTP), he told Kofi Asante.

According to him, he is in because he wants to serve the people of Ghana and that he has proved his worth under two NPP administrations.

He believed that Ghana needs a  new transformational leader and not another political leader, hence the Movement for Change which would be anchored on moving  Ghana beyond the duopoly of NDC and NPP towards a more united government, under which the governance structure will focus on one national agenda.

By Benjamin Aidoo|Akoma FM|3news.com|Ghana

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