Political leaders and candidates in Ghana are not unusual in breaking away from existing political parties to launch their own parties or movements.
This trend is frequently motivated by a desire to pursue certain policy objectives or to disrupt the prevailing political order.
These examples demonstrate Ghanaian political leaders’ and aspirants’ readiness to form their own political parties or movements in pursuit of their political goals and to challenge the existing quo.
This occurrence reflects the fluidity of Ghana’s political landscape.
Here are a few examples of famous political leaders and hopefuls who have followed this path:
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