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50 reasons why Ghanaians will not vote for Nana Kwame Bediako in the 2024 elections

Nana Kwame Bediako, also known as Freedom Jacob Caesar, has made noteworthy contributions to business and philanthropy. However, his presidential candidacy faces several challenges:

Below are the first 10 reasons out of 50 why Ghanaians may choose not to vote for Nana Kwame Bediako in the 2024 elections.

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1. Untimely Declaration: The delayed announcement of his presidential bid, less than a year before the National elections, is perceived by many as a lack of political foresight.

2. Branding Issues: The unconventional political branding, including the use of masks on billboards, is considered by many grassroots and electorates in Ghana as an unserious strategy from someone claiming to be the savior.

3. Transparency Concerns: Ghanaians have reservations about the source of Bediako’s wealth, impacting trust in his financial background.

4. Community Engagement: Despite his success, there’s a perception that Bediako hasn’t done enough for the Ghanaian community, unlike figures like Kennedy Agyapong, who has had a more significant impact on society across Ghana.

5. Connection with the Less Privileged: The absence of a clear and compelling message that resonates with the needs of the less privileged may hinder support from this demographic.

6. Trust Issues: The lack of transparency in his business dealings raises doubts about his ability to govern transparently.

7. Questionable Spending: Allocating large sums on billboards without revealing his face, especially when targeting the economically disadvantaged, is perceived as a misjudgment.

8. Public Perceptions: His name is often associated with negative connotations within society, with affiliations to scammers and fraudsters with unexplainable wealth, a perception he has not adequately addressed over time.

9.Limited Political Experience: Bediako’s entry into politics may be met with skepticism due to his limited political background.

10. Negative Publicity: Over the years, individuals in the same neighborhood have portrayed negative perceptions about him in the media and on radio, and he has not made any effort to address and clarify those perceptions.

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