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I’m ready to work with all parties to end “winner takes all” politics – Alan

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Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, the Movement for Change’s founder and leader, has stated his willingness to work with all political parties to remove Ghana’s pervasive ‘winner gets all’ ethos.

According to the former Trade Minister, the winner-take-all mindset has hampered Ghana’s progress throughout the years, resulting to unprecedented economic issues.

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During a meeting with clerics in Kumasi on Thursday, Kyerematen, also known as the ‘butterfly man,’ emphasized the significance of fresh viewpoints in handling the state’s affairs.

Kyerematen, seeking divine intervention for the launch of his campaign, underlined the importance of a complete development plan rather than a mere manifesto, citing public fatigue with unmet promises.

The clerics expressed their delight at being a part of a prayer session arranged to spiritually pave the way for Alan Kyerematen’s successful campaign at the meeting.

They supported his candidacy, emphasizing the need of having a Christian leader with strong moral principles and servant leadership abilities.

The clerics praised the concept of faith-motivated political ambition, thinking it coincides with achieving God’s purpose for the nation, citing Ghana’s 70% Christian-dominated population.

In his plea to the church, Kyerematen expressed his opinion that he is the chosen Son of God to govern the affairs of the nation amid difficult times.

 

 

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