“Mahama Will Win The Elections Because He Is Handsome”- Joseph Yamin

After this read, I bet Nana Addo will consider a plastic surgery , we are in no way saying he is not handsome though.

A lot of Ghanaians have taken it upon themselves to constantly remind us that age is indeed just a number and as such it is no guarantee that any one who has clocked many of these numbers is endowed with wisdom.

For a country that votes based on everything except policies, such utterances from role models often do not surprise me. We have heard far worst from them anyways.

The former Deputy Regional Minister of the Ashanti Region, Joseph Yamin is telling everyone with ears to listen to the gospel he has to propagate in the name of President Mahama’s NDC.

In an interview with Abusua FM’s Abusua Nkommo hosted by Kwame Adinkrah, Mr. Yamin established that,‘charisma and handsomeness’ also wins elections and Mahama undeniably has in abundance all these traits hence the party is certain of a win come December 7.

“We are winning the elections based on the charisma and handsomeness of the president, we are telling the electorate to vote for such a handsome man, if beauty does not count in elections, why was former president Kufour described by many as gentle giant, what were they trying to portray by calling him that, beauty also plays a role in elections,” he expressed hope.

Asked if he is implying that the Flagbearer of New Patriotic Party (NPP) is not handsome, he replied ‘I have not mentioned anybody’s name, that is left for the electorate to decide, I am selling my candidate, don’t put words in my mouth’.

Asked how the president will get the 50% plus one votes in the country, he added, ‘you remember, you asked me about my pictures on Facebook if I was in some village, our campaign is not about sitting at National Theater to address party faithfuls, that strategy doesn’t win votes, what generates votes is by getting closer to the people, spending much time, we have trained our young communicators, they now visit the radio/TV stations championing the course that we used to do in 2004/2008. Because equally they can do what we have been doing in studios, some of us are on the ground campaigning, I shouldn’t be telling you about our strategy’.

“We are talking to the people who vote based on developments, so the NPP is tickling itself that they will win massively in the region, they are deceiving themselves, election is about going down to the people,” he said.






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