The situation, he stated, had created uneasiness among the citizenry, and thus called for a change in the political leadership through the 2016 General Election.
“There is general discomfort in the county; there is the need for change in Ghana, Ghanaians are fed up with NPP [New Patriotic Party] and the ruling NDC [National Democratic Congress],” he told the Ghana News Agency, on Wednesday.
He said his party’s leadership, led by the 2012 Presidential Candidate, Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom and the national executives, would this week visit the Obuasi constituency to discuss Ghana’s leadership failure that had drawn back the country’s development agenda.
“There is too much human ad vehicular congestion in towns; productivity is lost; while AgloGold has laid-off a lot of workers, so the unemployment figure here is very high; there appears to be no leader in charge,” Mr Danyansah said.
He said the “Awake and Vote for Change” tour would focus on how the party intended to address the country’s infrastructure deficit, including housing.
He said the NDC and the NPP during their reign had made Ghanaians worse off; culminating in high school fees, rising food cost, poor healthcare, and poor road infrastructure and unbridled corruption.
“I will be touching on the infrastructure deficit in Obuasi East Constituency as an award winning estate developer, and the quality of leadership skills, which will draw the constituents closer to their Member of Parliament.
Mr Danyansah, who is also Chief Executive Officer of Danywise Estate and Construction, and a property consultant to the Ghana-Finland Chamber of Commerce, said the PPP would bring on board a new set of leadership with completely fresh ideas to reverse the dwindling fortunes of the economy.
He said Ghana was faced with mounting inflation, falling cedi against the major foreign currencies, particularly, the dollar, high deficit, growing public sector debt, rising graduate unemployment and high perception of corruption.
Additionally, he said, the country faced growing unemployment, erratic power supply, abject poverty and illiteracy, therefore, Ghanaians had to rise and vote for the PPP as an alternative political party.