In a resounding show of support, over 150,000 dedicated volunteers in the Ashanti Region have pledged their unwavering commitment to Mr. Alan Kyerematen, affirming their allegiance during a recent orientation meeting held at the KNUST CCB Auditorium in Kumasi.
The massive turnout contradicts earlier claims by some political activists and commentators that the Ashanti Region had abandoned Mr. Kyerematen.
At the gathering, Mr. Alan Kyerematen reaffirmed his vision, the Great Transformational Plan (GTP), aimed at alleviating the economic challenges faced by Ghanaians.
The event was marked by patriotic songs and an overwhelming spirit of unity, reflecting the participants' firm dedication to being active contributors to the ‘Movement for Change.'
The orientation meeting served as a platform for volunteers to familiarize themselves with the core principles of Mr Kyerematen's visionary agenda, fostering a sense of shared purpose and determination to drive meaningful change throughout the region and the nation.
The event's success highlights the collective desire of Ghanaians to actively participate in shaping a future marked by progress, inclusivity, and prosperity under the dynamic leadership of Alan Kyerematen.
As the ‘Movement for Change' continues to gain momentum, the unwavering dedication and involvement of the 150,000-strong volunteer base represent a symbol of hope and determination, signifying Ghanaians' steadfast commitment to charting a path towards a brighter and more promising Ghana.
This occasion underscores the increasing support and enthusiastic backing that the Ashanti Region has lent to Alan Kyerematen's vision for a progressive and prosperous Ghana under the banner of the ‘Movement for Change.'