If Alan John Kwadwo Kyeremateng emerges as Ghana's President after the 2024 general election, I believe our economy will transform drastically.
Alan Cash, as he is affectionately called, is the current substantive Minister of Trade in Ghana. Since Alan Cash Emerged as the Minister of Trade, there had been several brilliant impacts he had made on Ghana's economy through his ministry.
Symbol of government's 1D1F policy.
Notable among such transformational achievements of Alan Cash as Ghana's Trade Minister include creating the medium for more than hundred industries in the private sector to flourish through the one-district-one-factory initiative of government.
This initiative came to strengthen the financial muscles of some of the beneficiary companies which were near-collapsing, and it increased the capacity of others; since they were given adequate resources to be more productive.
Again, Alan, through the Ministry of Trade and Industry had made conscious effort to reduce the cost on the importation of foreign vehicles into Ghana. For some time now, we have all witnessed some foreign automobile industries, notably, the assembly plants of Volkswagen and Mahindra in Ghana.
Building edifice of the Head Office of the African Intercontinental Free Trade Area (AFCFTA) in Ghana.
Indeed, ranging from the excellent role he has played as Trade Minister since 2017, some of which we have discussed above, to the establishment of the Head Office of the African Intercontinental Free Trade Area (AFCFTA) in Ghana, one can say, objectively, that Alan would transform Ghana's economy when he emerges as Ghana's President after 2024.
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