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Launch of Progressive Alliance Movement (Ghana)

If you're following developments in Ghana, this will interest you. Three Ghanaian professionals are starting a civic organization that calls itself the Progressive Alliance Movement. Kwame Fosu, chairman, describes it as: "A non-political organization which aims to organize Ghanaians under a responsive and accountable government that would serve and elevate the country into a progressive and viable country. It will be inaugurated at a ceremony at New York Riverside Church at 12 p.m. on July 12, 2014. The brainchild of three Ghanaian professionals in New York, PAM seeks to represent the collective interests of Ghanaians at home and abroad who have had enough of misgovernment and abuse of power and are prepared to be a part of a process to create changes. The objective is to usher in a new movement for Ghanaians to organize for the rebuilding of Ghana under a responsible and accountable government that will serve and elevate the people.

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