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Alan Says ARC Coalition Unanimously Agrees to Adopt His ‘Great Transformational Plan’

Kyerematen who's been selected as flagbearer of the coalition says his leadership will fight corruption ruthlessly and lead by example

Former Movement for Change leader, and now the principal figure of political coalition, the ‘Alliance for Revolu­tionary Change’, Alan Kyerematen says members of the ARC movement have all agreed to push ahead with his ‘Great Transformational Plan’ for Ghana.

Speaking at the official launch of the coalition on Wednesday at the UPSA Auditorium in Accra, Mr. Kyerematen said his ‘Great Transformational Plan’ – a 15-point sectoral strategy – would be adopted as the coalition’s economic plan into the December elections.

“The Alliance has agreed unanimously to adopt the Great Transformational Plan of the Movement for Change as the Alliance’s blueprint for Ghana’s economic transformation,” he said in a speech.

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The coalition was formed between Alan’s Movement for Change, the National Interest Movement led by former CPP flagbearer Dr. Abu Sakara, and seven other groups. Those other groups include the Ghana First Coali­tion led by Dr Samuel Noi Men­sah; Union Government, founded by Akwasi Addai Odike; and Ghana National Party, founded by Mr Sam Ofori Ampofo.

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The rest are the Ghana Green Party, founded by Reverend Stephen Ayensu; Third Force Movement, founded by Mrs Augustina Cudjoe; and Non- Aligned Voters Move­ment, founded by Mr Kwofie Beni Bengor and Mr Henry Asante, Crusaders Against Corruption Gha­na, former National Second Vice Chairman of the People’s National Convention (PNC).

Kyerematen who’s been selected as flagbearer of the coalition says his leadership will fight corruption ruthlessly and lead by example.

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 “The significance of today’s event lies in the fact that we are initiating a process that will refine the architecture of political governance in our country. This process will lead to the election of the first independent candidate as president of the republic of Ghana. It would also lead to the establishment to the first truly representative government in Ghana’s history,” he said.

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