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Alan Kyerematen: I'll end Ghana's industrialization and unemployment curse. || GHKNOBS

Alan Kyerematen: I'll end Ghana's industrialization and unemployment curse. || GHKNOBS

 An NPP flagbearer candidate named Alan Kyerematen claims that because of his years of dedication to supporting small companies in Ghana and luring and keeping foreign investment, he is the most qualified candidate to lead the NPP to victory in the 2024 general election.

He asserted that any leader who succeeds President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo must have a track record of building businesses and creating jobs in order to lessen the crippling effects of industrialization and young unemployment.

Based on that, he was certain that the party's delegates would recognize his efforts, allowing him to put into practice policies that would encourage businesses to grow and generate employment in order to address the socioeconomic challenges.

As part of a daylong trip in the Central Region, the former minister of trades and industry made a courtesy call on Osabarimba Kwesi Atta II, Omanhen of Oguaa Traditional Area, at the Emintimadze Palace.

Additionally, the purpose of the visit was to formally tell the Chiefs and residents of Oguaa of his desire to run for president in the NPP primary and to enlist their support.

He pledged to build on the government's 10-point Industrial Transformation Programme, including the One District One Factory (1D1F) initiative and the establishment of strategic anchor industries to diversify the economy beyond cocoa and gold, because of his in-depth knowledge of the nation's industrialization agenda.

He included the manufacturing of automobiles, apparel and textiles, petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries, industrial parks, special economic zones, and boosting domestic retail commerce and distribution as ways to boost economic growth.

Mr. Kyerematen said that while serving as Minister of Trade and Industry, he oversaw the formation of more than 100 enterprises under this program, with 24 more in the works and 150 more currently under development.

His decision to expand on these projects came about as a result of the building of assembly factories in Ghana by major automakers including VW, Nissan, and Toyota under the automotive assembling program.

For Cape Coast, he committed to collaborating with all pertinent authorities to drive growth across the city, emphasizing the promotion of small and medium-sized businesses, fisheries, agriculture, and industrialization.

Osabarima Kwesi Atta responded by thanking the son of the land for coming home and praising him for his willingness to address the nation's unemployment problem.

"I appreciate your vision to address unemployment," he stated. Although I have a ton of applications from recent graduates looking for work, where are the positions for them?

"It is quite disappointing for kids to go through the schooling rigmarole just to find themselves jobless after graduation. Since this is not ideal, we appreciate your vision and wish you luck in your mission.

He warned political contenders from all parties and supporters to refrain from using foul language and tolerating different points of view.

Later, Mr. Kyerematen also made a courtesy call on Nana Kodwo Conduah VI, the Omanhen of the Edina Traditional Area, and visited his maternal house where he was welcomed with a quick ceremony.

In a brief statement, Nana Kodwo Conduah urged Mr. Kyerematen to persevere in his political aspirations by working hard and praying for victory.

Along with a number of other Regional and Constituency and polling station executives, Mr. Kyerematen was accompanied by Nana Ohene Ntow, a former national general secretary, Mr. Yaw Boaben Asamoa, a former national NPP communications director, Ms. Catherine Ablema Afeku, a former minister of tourism, arts, and culture, and Ms. Gifty Klenam, a former chief executive officer of the Ghana Export Promotion Authority.

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