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We Have Not Predicted Any 57% Win For Alan; It Is Fake – Global InfoAnalytics Boss Exposes Pro-Alan Propaganda



Alan Kyerematen

The Executive Director of Global InfoAnalytics Mussa Dankwah has stated that his outfit has not published any polls that put Alan Kyeremanten ahead in the upcoming presidential primaries of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). 

He expressed disappointment in media houses that have published stories based on a so-called opinion poll from them, insisting that there is no such thing that puts Alan Kyeremanten in the lead.

Polls putting Alan Kyeremanten way ahead of other contenders in the race have been spread widely, especially on social media. The polls put Alan Kyeremanten at 57%, Mahamudu Bawumia at 24%, Kennedy Agyapong at 13% and the others 6%.

But Mr Dankwah has been categorical that these findings aren’t theirs even though the attempt to rope them in shows that his outfit is doing something worthwhile and credible.

“I am extremely disappointed in the media houses running with this poll without cross checking it. We release our polls first to the mainstream, then social media platforms and then our website. If you can’t verify it from there, then it is FAKE. Because there is confidence in our work, they would like to associate such polls with us in order to gain credibility. It means we are doing something right,” he wrote.

He also made clear the latest work done by his outfit: “The latest poll released by Global InfoAnalytics shows the race to lead the NPP is dead heat among NPP voters as @AlanKyerematen claws back @drbawumiah lead and now tied at 40% apiece. However, among all voters, Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen (AKK ) leads Dr Mahamudu Bawumia (DMB) 41% to 32%.”

Source: MyNewsGh

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