Presidential Candidate of the All People’s Congress (APC) says the only way opened for Ghana to end its current economic doldrums will be for political parties to form an all-conclusive government.
Hassan Ayariga said the current system, winner takes all, has stifled the development of the country relegating people who have the experience to the background.
“Without all-inclusiveness in our political life, our country will not move forward,” he said.
The former Presidential Candidate of the People’s National Convention (PNC) disclosed this to Joynews as he launched the start of his campaign tour beginning from the Greater Accra Region.
Ayariga disclosed the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) and the largest opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) have not shown any interest in an all-inclusive government.
“They all believe in the winner takes it all,” he said of the two main political parties, adding, before the APC enters into an agreement with any political party, it has to demonstrate its preparedness for an all-inclusive government.
On the relevance of the all-inclusiveness, Mr Ayariga said the ideology will not waste the human resources of the country as it is being done by the Mahama-led government.
“We are looking at the case whereby Ghanaians will manage their own affairs,” he added.
Lamenting about the misuse of the resources of the country, the APC leader said an all-inclusive government will ensure that the resources are used for the benefit of the citizenry.