Nana Kwame Bediako, the leader of the New Force, has embarked on an Accra Road Show visiting Kasoa, Kaneshie, and Abossey Okai.

The roadshow aims to interact with the youth, market women and men, listen to their concerns, and provide solutions to the country’s challenges. The event has been met with enthusiasm and optimism, as Ghanaians from all walks of life gather to hear Nana Kwame Bediako’s vision for a united and prosperous Ghana.

At Kasoa Timber Market, Nana Kwame Bediako urged the traders to join their synergies to his to rebuild a better Ghana and create more jobs for the youth. He emphasized the crucial role of Ghanaian youth in steering the state’s affairs toward development that meets global trends.

The strength that you have, if added to mine, means we can rebuild the country together. Looking at the Timber Market here, I see that we have not utilized our timber resources in Ghana as we should. But the mindset I have is the same one I bring to help you, so we can use these timbers to perform miracles. We can use them to create jobs and build many factories here. Everything that we can recycle, we will do here,” he said.

Moving to Kaneshie Market, he urged market women to carefully consider various factors before deciding whom to support in the upcoming elections. He stressed the importance of making decisions that will positively impact the country’s future. “I want to tell you to stay away from fear. It’s the ant that kills the elephant, and it’s the child of the water that carries the umbrella. So this time, if you know where you are standing, be firm,” he stated.

At Abossey Okai Spare Parts Market, Nana Kwame Bediako assured traders of significant tax reductions to facilitate business growth. “It’s time for you all to come together with your minds and do one thing. But don’t just let your thumb speak for you. Let your heart and mind speak for you. Today, I came to Abossey Okai to tell you that I have seen the heavy taxes on you and your businesses. I have seen a country full of tiredness. But it’s not everyone who can deliver us from all this. We can do that ourselves,” he stated.

He further said, ” ‘It is about time we rise and make decisions that will bring significant change. If we do not rise now, ten years from now, your children and your children’s children will benefit from it. I want to tell the people of Abossey Okai that taxes will be reduced dramatically when we come into power.

“But what we need to bring to this country are jobs. Many of you have goods, but you are not making any sales because the market is not good.

“You cannot make any good use of the goods even when they are bought. So let’s all come together to do something for our freedom and get what we need to eat. What we will build and save will benefit our children, and that is what we are coming to do.'”

Nana Kwame Bediako’s message of unity, leadership, and development has resonated with the audience, and his passion and dedication to the community are evident.

His call to action has inspired the youth and market traders to support his bid for the presidency. The road show has demonstrated Nana Kwame Bediako’s commitment to engaging with Ghanaians from all walks of life.

As the road show continues, Nana Kwame Bediako’s message of hope and unity is expected to inspire more Ghanaians to join the movement for a better Ghana. His leadership and vision have the potential to bring about significant positive change, and his call to action is a reminder that the power to shape the country’s future lies in the hands of its citizens.

In an interview, some traders expressed their optimism about Nana Kwame Bediako’s promises for a prosperous Ghana; pledging their support to help him realize his ambitions as the nation’s next leader.

By Beyonce Diamond Kpogli

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