The Trade and Industry Minister, Hon. John Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen had spearheaded the industrialization drive since the time of former President John Agyekum Kuffour’s government between 2001 through to 2009 before the New Patriotic Party (NPP) lost power to the National Democratic Congress (NDC). Despite his government’s loss, he continued to champion this drive at the international level for the love of his country.
Due to his unbeatable records in terms of industrialization and job creation, H.E. Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo-Addo appointed him as the substantive Trade and Industry Minister for both his first and second terms in office as President. His initiative had seen the introduction of the One District One Factory (1D1F) Policy where hundreds of factories have been established in various parts of the country, providing thousands of jobs for the youth. He also has in his knowledge bank, an automobile policy where he had partnered with giants in the automobile industry in Germany, Japan, America and other industrialized countries across the globe.
One of the enviable and biggest beneficiaries of Alan’s industrialization initiative drive (Automobile Policy) is the Kantanka Automobile.
The Alan News presents to its cherished readers, numerous benefits the Alan’s Automobile Policy have provided for Kantanka Automobile Company in order to strategically create jobs for the teeming youth in that regard;
- KANTANKA has doubled its production since the inception of the automobile policy by Alan Kyerematen.
- KANTANKA has received a 10 year tax holiday.
- KANTANKA has been granted DUTY FREE on imports of raw materials for vehicle production and assembly.
- KANTANKA has acquired the highest Certification for automobile production facilitated by the Ministry of Trade & Industry.
- KANTANKA will soon be a major exporter of automobiles under AfCFTA, spearheaded by Alan Kyerematen.
The Alan News can authoritatively conclude that, Ghana is actually blessed with this fine gentleman by all standards and for that matter, when he is given the nod to steer the affairs of the country, Ghana will indeed become the beacon of hope for the youth and the issue of brain drain will be a thing of the past.
No wonder most of the youth in Ghana and beyond had adopted the slogan “ALLOW CASH IN”.
The Allan News is still investigating the reason behind such a slogan and will not hesitate in providing our cherished readers with the outcome of our findings.
The picture below confirms our story;