Mr. Walker said his government will also focus on community development and sanitation when elected.
“I won’t be collecting my salary as the President of Ghana when voted into power. I will be using that salary to be supporting the needy like the aged, disabled, women,” he said.
The Independent Presidential Candidate made the comments on the first day of his campaign tour of the Ashaiman Constituency in the Greater Accra Region.
He promised to create more sustainable jobs to grow the local economy and said he would not legalise commercial use of motorcycles (Okada).
“…Okada for commercial purposes will cause more accidents so instead of legalising Okada, I will rather create jobs for the masses.
“I know how men suffer…so I am coming to end poverty,” Mr. Walker added.
On sanitation, he said Ghana needed proper planning to ensure environmental cleanliness adding that, he is an independent candidate with an independent agenda.