By: Klinsman Boateng Kodua
The ball keeps rolling as we journey ahead to indeed prove that we are breaking the “8” and to win power in 2024.
The catchword “Break The 8” has been the tag-line of what we seek to achieve in the few years ahead of us and upon this call to Break the “8”, we can only say it’s time to make history and continue to project to Ghanaians that the New Patriotic Party will only remain focused to put its ideologies of governance in the right order for the course of development.
I, therefore, support the statement made by Solomon Bimoktey & Terry Afram-Kumi in a recent write-up of breaking the “8” that, “the candidate to lead the NPP to break the “8” should be one that has a solid pro-electorate message to deal head-on with this reawakening factor that has come to the center of our political frontier”.
We cannot opt for anything other than to introduce industrialization as the pro-people policy to win power in 2024.
We can all attest to the rallying cry of Hon. Alan Kyerematen that industrialization is what will revamp our economy and make Ghana the best place to be in the coming years.
Hon. Alan Kyerematen who is a competent candidate has consistently urged the need to centralize on industrialization ever since he had the opportunity to serve NPP and Ghana at large, he never changes and he remains to be an industrial titan in our generation.
He has ensured that one of the very key policies of President Akufo-Addo which was to create factories under the one-district-one factory policy has become a reality and indeed he has made this policy easy to be accomplished in the reign of President Akufo-Addo.
Moving forward, the call for job creation has become very topical in our country in recent times and I announce to Ghanaians that the Alan Factor is the Highest Common Factor(HCF) to meet these circumstances. Industrialization is a package that connects a whole of economic activities such as job creation, tax policies, exports & imports, privatization, currency performance, food & security, and many other domestic services(electricity, water & farming).
The current government’s concerns about creating jobs are very laudable but we should know that we still have more to do as we see the youth of this country calling for employment opportunities.
_”It is important for young Ghanaians to stay engaged and informed of the country’s industrialization efforts.”_
~ Alan Kyerematen ~
The statement above made by Hon. Alan Kyerematen points out to the youth that the call for employment opportunities is to keep industrialization in progression.
This progression will win us power in 2024 as the youth needs jobs and he is the one who has the model/template to deliver jobs.
Industries can absorb all SHS leavers, unemployed graduates, etc.
Let us not overlook this policy of industrialization as we head towards 2024.
We cannot but only transform lives through industrial policies and creating space for job creation.
Alan Kyerematen knows the way, sees the way and he is actually the way to make NPP maintain power. He is a clarion leader ready to give the best of leadership service to Ghana.
LET’S DECIDE NOW!