Chief Executive Officer of Global Info Analytics, Musa Dankwa, says the 2024 elections will be a critical one for Ghanaians.
He argued that the elections would be critical
because the people want a leader who can restore stability and transform the country.
He said the elections are between three runners, and no other candidate aside from these three will make an impact.
The 2024 elections, he noted, would be critical for the country, and “I don’t think there would be any candidate aside from Alan, Bawumia, and Mahama that would garner significant votes.”
To him, Ghana is not ready for a’someshwe’ president considering the current state of our economy and needs people with experience to steer it.
Appearing on Frontline on Rainbow Radio 87.5 FM, he stressed that Ghana is in a critical place where it needs competent, experienced, and most importantly, diligent people to manage our economy.
Meanwhile, he has also indicated that, based on the evidence and data they have, the impact Alan Kyerematen will have in the 2024 presidential election will be very massive.
But it will depend on whether he succeeds in pulling Mahama down.
He told host Kwabena Agyapong that for two years, former President John Dramani Mahama has led the polls.
He also ruled out the possibility of a candidate coming up from the bottom to the top.
He explained that if that happens, then the methodology used in the previous polling was wrong.
He said they do the sampling across 82 constituencies, with participants randomly selected.
By: Rashid Obodai Provencal/Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana