By Abigail Asiamah
Alan Kwadwo Kyeremanten has offered a pointed critique deeming the police’s use of force and the manhandling of protestors as a misguided approach to the underlying issue.
He emphasized in his address following his resignation from the New Patriotic Party (NPP) that, a more nuanced and comprehensive strategy is required to tackle the multifaceted challenges confronting the nation.
In his view, the focus matter lies in the imperative for transformative change and passionately asserted that Ghana stands at a crossroads, necessitating reforms that will engender lasting solutions to the difficulties currently faced.
“This phenomenon of pervasive employment crisis is gradually becoming a national security threat, as evidenced by the recent ‘Occupy Julorbi House’ demonstrations. The initial reaction of the Police in manhandling some protestors is not the solution to the problem” he emphasized.
He also added that, what Ghana needs now is changed, which will provide long-lasting solutions to the challenges confronting our country.”
Therefore his address resonates with long-term solutions which speaks to the urgency of the situation and the need for collaborative efforts to pave the way for a more prosperous and stable future.