Time To Rescue Ghana From NDC, NPP Inefficiencies -Prez Candidate Declares

Mrs Beauty


Dr. Sam Ankrah, an independent presidential candidate, has urged Ghanaians to fight against the neo-colonialist NPP-NDC rule for their independence.

The Ghanaian economist urged Ghanaians to fight for independence from these two political parties in the country in an Independence Day message sent to the New Crusading GUIDE.

He lamented the way these parties have ruled the nation over time.

According to Dr. Ankrah, either they do not care or they lack the skills necessary to improve Ghana for its citizens.

Additionally, he believes that Ghana will not progress in a positive direction if the NDC and NPP are always given the authority to direct the country's affairs.

Consequently, Dr. Sam Ankrah advised Ghanaians to fight for independence once more, this time against the NPP and NDC.


Country people!

As we mark 66 years of colonial independence; this year marks the 30th anniversary of our fourth republic, and we are confronted with only one difficult question: where are we now and where do we go from here?

By the time he reaches the age of 66, a man whose life was blessed with enviable resources must have substantial wealth to boast about. A man of 30-years-old age with strength and an enviable past must anticipate a prosperous future. Sadly, however, that is not the case for our 30- and 66-year-olds today.

Also see the headlines in today's newspaper; THUESDAY, 31ST Walk 2022.

We were only freed from a single colonial master who lived far away and handed over to neo-colonial masters who live among us as a result of our struggle for independence. Since then, our leaders, our blood, have conned us into giving them our support by using political colors and symbols, only to leave us helpless, clueless, and on our own: each individual for himself.

Therefore, the issue at hand is: what would Ghana's story be when she reaches the age of 70?

Comrades, the NPP-NDC crew can't and ought not be the ones driving our country into that 70th achievement. They have demonstrated for thirty years that they neither care nor possess the necessary skills. It has always been about them and their close friends and family, and it always will be. Nothing new is planned. It won't change.

Therefore, Countrymen and Countrywomen, it is time to examine ourselves deeply and change our destinies in our favor. I'm sorry to tell you this, but it's time for us to rise up and fight once more for our nation's independence. This time, we're fighting to free ourselves from the neo-colonialist NPP-NDC government. This is enough! Get up and join the fight. Now is independence.

Dr. Samuel Sarpong Ankrah works as an investment banker, is a global business strategist, and is a development economist. He has more than 20 years of successful experience leading fiscal, strategic, and operational initiatives in extremely difficult circumstances.

He is the Chief Executive Officer and a Principal Partner of AIG (Ghana) and AIG International (Switzerland), where he advocates for the company's long-term strategy and efficient resource allocation in order to create long-term value and a long-term competitive advantage for clients and stakeholders.

Additionally, he serves as the International Chamber of Commerce's Chairman for Trade and Investment; and a Partner and Director at Rampartners Switzerland and Kaitan Capital, both investment firms based in Switzerland.


Africa Dr. Ankrah is one of the co-founders of the New Africa Mobility (NAM) Fund, a social impact fund for Africa that aims to align its investments with upward mobility across the African landscape and contribute to this goal.


Dr. Ankrah of Ghana is the Chairman of the Board of Ngoya Etix DC Ghana Limited, which is now Onix DC, a first-tier IV data center in Sub-Saharan Africa; and has served as the local representative and investment advisor for a number of multinational corporations, including TATA Energy and SICPA Switzerland, a Swiss-based company that has been the sole provider of security inks for currencies around the world for more than a century. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), which is now the UK Financial Services Authority, has granted him certification.

He received his primary and secondary education in Kumasi, Ghana (Opoku Ware, 1986-1991, where he was Head Boy), as well as an MBA (Finance & Management) from the University of London in the United Kingdom. and a Certificate from the Cranfield School of Management's Leadership Advantage Program; an MSc. a PhD in Philosophy and Social Science from the Pan-American University of Science and Medicine, as well as degrees in Economics and Social Science. Additionally, Dr. Ankrah holds a PhD in Finance and an M.Sc. in Economics from the Universidad Empresarial de Costa Rica.

Additionally, NDC Polls: Bempah received an Honoris Causa from the Sovereign Medical Order of the Knights Hospitaller for his innovative and exceptional financial engineering to assist in bringing the group's activities to the Sub-Saharan Africa Region. Violence and propaganda are trademarks of the party, not alternatives. At the Institute of Chartered Economists (ICEGhana), he works as a Senior Research Fellow at the moment.

He has been speaking at various platforms, educating young people, and encouraging them to start their own businesses by promoting investment opportunities.

With a proven track record in management, finance and economics, investment banking, leasing, factoring, and forfeiting oil and gas, private pension management, and international trade in dynamic and changing markets, Dr. Ankrah has produced sustained revenue and EBITA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, and Amortization) growth in his field of expertise.

He has received a number of honors, including the prestigious GUBA Awards' Special Achievement Award.

On May 30, 1974, Dr. Samuel Ankrah was born in Kumasi to the late James William Ankrah, a mechanical engineer, and Felicia Duku Amponsah, a retired Sekyeredumasi civil servant. He is married to Elmina-born Maud Sarpong Ankrah, a neurodevelopmental assessment nurse specialist. They have three children: Halle Ankrah (16), Lord Ankrah (14) and Tilly Ankrah (10).

He enjoys football, boxing, golf, rugby, and other sports; and enjoys the music of Sarkodie, King Promise, Shatta Wale, and other popular artists. He enjoys fish with a bed of hot pepper and tender pear, as well as Kenkey.

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