The Progressive People's Party (PPP) has issued a call to action for Ghanaians to join forces and create a “Great Alliance 2.0” aimed at rescuing the country from its current challenges. The party urged citizens to unite and vote out the New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration, citing what it termed as the government's “abysmal performance.”
Nana Ofori Owusu, National Chairman of the PPP, emphasized the need for a transformative government that prioritizes the welfare of the people. Speaking at a press conference titled “Change” in Accra, Nana Owusu highlighted various challenges facing the nation, attributing them to leadership failure and mismanagement of resources.
According to Nana Owusu, Ghana is in urgent need of rescue, and this can only be achieved through the collective action of its citizens. He called on Ghanaians to rise up against oppression, nepotism, and other forms of injustice, asserting that change can only occur when the people demand it.
Addressing the country's debt situation, Nana Owusu expressed confidence in the PPP's ability to navigate through the challenges and clean up the mess created over the years. He outlined the party's commitment to completing abandoned projects, reducing government expenditure by streamlining bureaucracy, and promoting the growth of the indigenous private sector to stimulate job creation.
In conclusion, Nana Owusu urged Ghanaians to join the PPP in its quest for change and promised that the party would work tirelessly to address the pressing issues facing the nation, paving the way for a brighter future for all citizens.