In a bid to bolster his chances of becoming the President of Ghana, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, the leader of the breakaway Movement For Change, has launched a vigorous recruitment drive.
Kyerematen, a disappointed flagbearer hopeful of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) who withdrew from the party’s flagbearership race aims to expand the membership base of his political movement and gather support from across the country.
He is also seen on the street embarking on door to door campaign with some of his people clad in the Movement’s butterfly t-shirt and paraphernalia.
The Movement For Change, a political organization that advocates for reforms and progressive policies, has gained attention in recent weeks with the leader engaging in media interviews in Accra and Kumasi as well as announcing its presence with giant billboards.
With a vision to bring about positive transformation and address the pressing issues facing Ghana, Kyerematen has wasted no time in mobilizing his campaign.
To kickstart the recruitment process, Kyerematen has made the membership form available online.
Prospective members can access the document on the movement’s website, where they will find a section for individuals interested in volunteering as communicators and field operators.
This move highlights Kyerematen’s focus on building a strong and dedicated team of campaigners to effectively spread his message and engage with voters at the grassroots level.
By introducing the online membership form, Kyerematen aims to streamline the recruitment process and make it more accessible to a wider audience. This digital approach reflects the evolving nature of political campaigns, as candidates increasingly utilize technology to engage with their supporters.
Kyerematen’s recruitment drive is expected to attract individuals who share his vision for change and are committed to bringing about a better future for Ghana. With a growing membership base, the Movement For Change hopes to gain momentum and build a strong political force capable of challenging the status quo.
As the political landscape in Ghana continues to evolve, Kyerematen’s proactive approach to recruiting new members showcases his determination and commitment to his cause.
It remains to be seen how successful Kyerematen’s recruitment drive will be and whether it will translate into electoral success. However, one thing is certain – Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen is leaving no stone unturned in his quest to bring about meaningful change in Ghana.
Mr. Kyerematen had on Monday, September 25 announced his resignation from the NPP to form the Movement for Change to contest the 2024 elections as an independent candidate.
By Vincent Kubi