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Dr. Gideon Boako has a PhD in Economic Theories and a background in practical politics.

Dr. Gideon Boako, based on your motivational argument, it makes sense that when we pit John Mahama, a Christian, against Alhaji Bawumia, a Muslim, there might be incentive for the Christians to vote for John Mahama significantly more than Alhaji Bawumia.

Alternately, you may not have given the argument any thought. In a market where Christians make up 71.2% of the electorate, I am aware that you shrewdly omitted the religion issue since it makes your candidate look incredibly vulnerable to John Mahama. But in politics, every element matters.
You think Alhaji can help us win Zongo votes, but you don’t think John Mahama can help the NDC win more Christian votes. What a trite, misguided notion! People, I was only passing by. This man is also politically ignorant. So, if there is a motivation problem in politics, why don’t we elect Alan Kyerematen, an Akan, to encourage the Akans to vote en masse for him instead of John Mahama? Which of the two in a game of numbers makes the most sense?
Must we forfeit that edge and count on receiving more than 80% of the vote in the Ashanti Region and winning in swing states like Central, Western, and Bono? Bono has been included since, if we chose Bawumia in error, we will probably lose that region because to the Lordina effect.

If you didn’t know, you can now see why our economy is in a chokehold. Dr. Boako is not even adept at performing accurate basic political analysis.

Dr. Gideon Boako, based on your motivational argument, it makes sense that when we pit John Mahama, a Christian, against Alhaji Bawumia, a Muslim, there might be incentive for the Christians to vote for John Mahama significantly more than Alhaji Bawumia.
Alternately, you may not have given the argument any thought. In a market where Christians make up 71.2% of the electorate, I am aware that you shrewdly omitted the religion issue since it makes your candidate look incredibly vulnerable to John Mahama. But in politics, every element matters. You think Alhaji can help us win Zongo votes, but you don’t think John Mahama can help the NDC win more Christian votes. What a trite, misguided notion! People, I was only passing by.

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