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Founder and Leader of the Liberal Party of Ghana, Percival Kofi Akpaloo has indicated that ruling a country is just a matter of evoking 'common sense' and applying it in the right direction to the development of the country.

According to him determination makes everything possible and whatever a developed country offer its citizens can also be also be done in a developing country since it all begin with a step.

''Management of a country is based on planning and common sense,You just need common sense to rule a country''

Mr Akpaloo made these remarks during an interview on SilverFM's Ghana Ho Nkommo with sit-in-host Dominic Boateng while promising to make Ghana great like other developed countries.

He promised to pay an amount of 200 Ghana Cedis to every child in Ghana every month and 300 Ghana Cedi each to a set of twins,this he termed as Child Benefit.

He touted his leadership skills as an Accountant,adding that the country has rich resources to cater for this policy.

Mr. Kofi Akpaloo also promised to work with the youth and support the agriculture sector and also set Ghana on a solid platform for industrialization, which will see economic growth matched by job creation.

He also promised to transform Ghana's economy to a 'formalized and organized one'.

Akpaloo further stated that he would set up a $10 billion job fund to provide capital for young Ghanaians especially University and Polytechnic graduates as a start up fund for their own business to reduce unemployment.

''I don't see why University or Polytechnic graduates will complete their academic years without jobs whiles money sits at the Bank of Ghana without granting them loans to start up their own businesses,denying them of their career''

SilverNEWS / SilverFM / Ghana

 

 

 

 

Last modified on Thursday, 15 October 2020

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