Desmond Kwame Abrefa To Meet The Press On January 8, 2024.

On January 8, 2024, Independent presidential candidate ahead of the 2024 general elections, Desmond Kwame Abrefa will be meeting the press to officially have an interactive section with them.

The visionary young man is very optimistic that he is going to be the next president of the country irrespective of tough competition from candidates presented by the ruling party, the biggest opposition party and all the other parties taking part in the said elections. He believes the media which is described as the fourth arm of government plays a very significant role in ensuring development in every country so it’s very important that he meets them and avail himself for further questioning and answers.

Abrefa has been touring many media houses to share what he thinks can help Ghana — the first West African country to gain independence from the colonial masters through the efforts of His Excellency Dr. Kwame Nkrumah and all the other forefathers with the strong feeling that citizens of the country are overly capable of managing the affairs but…….

He believes leaders of this country have lost track and that’s the reason there is an unbearable suffering in the country. Unemployment, corruption rate keeps galloping, mismanagement which is leading the country to generational debts. A country blessed with natural resources, fertile land and many more yet, importation of basic stuff has always been something we can’t get rid of — very disheartening, he strongly believes.

From all his media rounds, one major thing he keeps mentioning has to do with creating jobs for the young people who are desperately leaving the country for greener pastures overseas. He has said on countless platforms that industrializing the Ghanaian economy is the best way to solve this problem at hand.

In less than 365 days, the 2024 general elections will be held to select the next president of the country, almost all the parties have selected their candidates to contest, Desmond Kwame Abrefa is very optimistic that he is the next president of the country.

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