Roundtable Dialogue Calls for Change Through the Ballot Box

In a clarion call to address the pressing issues facing Ghana, the Roundtable Dialogue (RTD) has urged the nation to seek change through the ballot box. At a press conference scheduled for July 17th, 2024, at the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel, the RTD will engage with the Fourth Estate to discuss how Ghanaians can harness their voting power to bring about the desired change.

The RTD, a registered company dedicated to advancing education, decolonization, and development for peaceful coexistence, has identified the absence of industry and manufacturing, joblessness, unemployment, inflation, debt, borrowing, taxation, impoverishment, underdevelopment, and hopelessness among the youth as grave national interest and security risks.

The organization believes that the ballot box offers a wise and peaceful solution to these nagging problems. By exercising their voting rights, Ghanaians can bring about the change they yearn for and ensure a brighter future for generations to come.

The RTD’s call to action is a response to the widespread discontent among the populace, who are fed up with corruption, lack of enlightened leadership, and the absence of meaningful development. The organization seeks to empower citizens to take charge of their destiny and demand a better future through the power of their votes.

The press conference will provide a platform for the RTD to engage with the media and the public on the feasibility of a BALLOT BOX RESOLUTION to the nation’s problems. The organization invites members of the Fourth Estate to join in this crucial discussion and examine how together, they can champion a peaceful and democratic solution to Ghana’s challenges.

Join the Roundtable Dialogue on July 17th, 2024, at 10 am at the Coconut Grove Regency Hotel, as they lead the charge for change through the ballot box. Let us work together to build a brighter future for Ghana.

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