A former Member of Parliament for Mampong Constituency in the Ashanti region, Francis Addai Nimoh, has urged Ghanaians not to believe in political predictions.
In an interview with Nhyira FM’s Obidehyie on the ‘Kuro yi mu nsem’ show, the NPP flagbearer hopeful observed that elections are full of surprises.
“When we were going for the 26th of August Super Delegates campaign, some of us were not counted as part of the top five. But here I am,” he noted.
According to him, predictions can be tricky because the outcome of polls is not always accurate.
“I am using Nhyira FM’s platform to say to all journalists, social commentators, and pollsters that there are surprises in elections,” he said.
“I remember when we were going for the super delegates election, we were ten aspirants. You could predict people who would be in the top five and leave some out. We told you to be careful about that because the aspirants weren’t just two or three, but ten. After voting, we were left with five. At the 5th position, Boakye Agyarko and I were a tie,” he added.
Francis Addai Nimoh further explained that not all dealings and campaigns are done for the public to see.
Even though some delegates will campaign for everyone to hear of them, he believes “campaign strategies are different.”
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