Ex-Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah has listed the top three things he would do if he were to become President of the country.
The 59-year-old recently left his post as head coach of the Black Stars following the expiration of his contract last December.
In an honest interview with Pulse.com.gh, Appiah disclosed the three key things he’d do if he were Ghana’s President.
According to him, reducing the number of radio stations in the country would be the first thing he’d consider.
He added that he would also focus on improving the road networks across the country as well as improve the health delivery system.
“I’d try to reduce the number of radio stations,” he told Pulse.com.gh in an exclusive interview.
“[Secondly], I’ll target our road network and then I’ll make sure our health system works well.”
Appiah is currently promoting his recently launched autobiography, titled ‘Leaders Don’t Have To Yell’.
The 400-page book is a leadership memoir in which Appiah shares his account of key events during his playing days and his two stints as coach of Ghana.