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Elections 2024: Nana Bediako Launches Campaign Fund, Promises to Curb Unemployment

Speaking on the 'Save Ghana Fund', the real estate mogul hinted that, the platform's intended purpose is to mobilise financial support from citizens as a way to shape the political landscape, elevate governance standards and invest in their leaders.

The leader of the New Force Movement, Nana Bediako has officially launched his crowdfunding scheme known as the ‘Save Ghana Fund’ in an attempt to raise some ¢100 Million for his 2024 electoral campaign.

Speaking today, May 6 during the launch of his ‘Save Ghana Fund’ – a public campaign financing, Nana Bediako indicated his readiness to collaborate effectively with other African nations to maximize the use of their resources.

He also argued the need for a comprehensive approach that makes effective use of human and mineral resources for development in Africa. According to him, he has a vision to see Africa’s cooperation in economic development.

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“Once we’re done in Ghana, we’re going to start looking at other African countries to see how we can help them because that’s how we should treat our minerals, human resources, and mineral resources,” he added.

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Speaking on the ‘Save Ghana Fund’, the real estate mogul hinted that, the platform’s intended purpose is to mobilise financial support from citizens as a way to shape the political landscape, elevate governance standards and invest in their leaders.

“On this note, you’ve given me the opportunity to tell Ghanaians, that the Save Ghana Fund, is basically for the nation to help us to change the narrative for the first time in history. Help us change the narrative. I want you to be an investor of your leader, of your national governance. I want the nation to see that they are responsible for creating leaders,” he stressed.

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He also indicated that every donation received and utilised will be visibly accounted for in the spirit of transparency. He concluded by donating ¢500,000 to the fund.

Furthermore, the New Force Leader promised to place premium priority on how the country maximises its natural resources to create decent job opportunities for its citizens.

He talked about the need to use the country’s resources effectively, citing the transformation of the cocoa sector as a unique model for job opportunities and an increase in socio-economic outcomes.

“We need to learn from how our cocoa can become chocolate in seven different types and the brown silt of that cocoa will be recycled to do something else. That alone can create five hundred thousand jobs and you can add another 5% to the existing GDP of the economy of this country. And so, the mineral resources of the New Force, we are here to combine the mineral resources and the human resources together and make it internal, localised silt,” he added.

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