Prior to the general elections of 2024, a new political party has been established.
With the aim and hope of reviving and restoring Ghanaians’ hope, the new party known as the People’s Redemption Movement (PRM) was founded.
The party’s leadership urged for change and the promotion of genuine and sustainable economic growth of the nation during this time of intense dread, despair, and anxiety.
At a press conference in Accra to lay out the platform of the new political party, PRM’s interim general secretary, Edward Adade, claimed that the country’s governance structures and inadequate socioeconomic infrastructure and services have led to citizen disillusionment after 30 years of democracy.
Adade argued that it demonstrated the nation’s ability to stand up for itself against misuse and destruction of public property by individuals in both high and low positions.
The political party’s colors are black, red, and white, and its motto is “Open Government for Real Development.”
Speaking about the current state of the Ghanaian economy, Adade noted that the country’s stability and future growth and development are gravely threatened by the unprecedented rise in corruption, youth employment, insecurity, wanton waste of public resources, and poverty.
He urged Ghanaians to remember Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and other selfless leaders and patriots who genuinely worked for the growth and improvement of Ghana.