Paul Adom Otchere has given his advice and opinion on general elections and what the individual parties should do.
The candidates of the political parties have been working very hard towards achieving their goals as presidents of this republic.
But one thing that most of the candidates are probably not being too smart about is winning the hearts of the citizens in the country earlier than planned.
Paul Adom Otchere stated that he is not siding with the national democratic congress. But he must say that when he listened to the words of Mahama, they were convincing and were intended to appreciate the efforts of the voters.
From statistics and other calculations made by Paul, the Ndc might have an upper hand and might be ahead of the Npp in terms of proper planning towards the ongoing campaign for the presidential badge.
Gain the trust of the people if you want to win their hearts and their votes to your side, he said. He says the only way the hearts of Ghanaians can be won at this very moment is trying your best to be all over the place and giving the promises you need to give out.
This can be a strategic move by the Ndc and will also probably work because the Ndc have used this before and has earned them a seat in government in the year 2012.
Mahama is doing his best and even though the Ndc are being smart about stating that Mahama is the next candidate for them, it is clear that they are pushing Mahama forward for the win.
And if Mahama should lead them once again, he might be able to perform the ‘magic’ he performed in the last elections.
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