Former Trade Minister Alan Kyerematen, now an Independent Presidential Candidate and leader of the Movement for Change, has highlighted his accomplishments while serving in President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s administration.
In an interview with TV3’s Keminni Amanor on Hot Issues, Kyerematen praised his role in implementing what he considers one of the government’s most successful programs.
He emphasized his commitment to the One District, One Factory (1D1F) initiative, stating that during his tenure, approximately 296 factories were in various stages of development under the initiative.
Kyerematen asserted that if elected president, he would prioritize the continuation and optimization of the 1D1F program, citing its potential to generate employment and drive industrial transformation.
Despite acknowledging the program’s success, Kyerematen also noted room for improvement, suggesting that better resource allocation could have further enhanced its effectiveness.