The Save Ghana Movement emphasizes the pressing need for Ghanaians to recognize the prolonged lack of progress caused by both major political parties since 1992. These parties have not effectively addressed existing issues; instead, they’ve compounded problems. A new era has emerged, urging Ghanaians to acknowledge that national development requires collective participation towards a shared objective.
The Save Ghana Movement has been fortunate in uncovering concealed truths. It reveals that both the NPP and NDC possess the capability to foster development. Regrettably, external forces obscure these leaders’ vision, obstructing meaningful progress. The NDC and the NPP still hold potential to lead, as a contest among nine candidates narrows down to five, united under the banner of Ghana’s advancement.
Crucially, Ghanaians hold the power to determine the nation’s trajectory. The Save Ghana Movement, privy to profound insights, stands ready to guide a receptive political entity. Despite efforts to share these revelations, they have faced reluctance from various quarters.
The Movement underscores its receptiveness to collaborate with any political faction willing to heed the voices of Ghana’s people. It propounds an unconventional strategy that might provoke controversy but has the potential to sway the upcoming elections. The Movement had a revelation that seven pastors and five musicians who hold a deep understanding of the nation’s challenges and solutions, divinely inspired yet stifled by public apathy.
The Movement implores these pastors and musicians to step forward, disclosing their insights to propel national development.
Robert Andzie Ansah the Founder of Save Ghana Movement quotes that “Be the Ghanaian you were born to be and save Ghana for a better future”