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Who Is The Biggest Liar In Ghana? [Here’s What We Found]

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia name and picture appears a lot for this query

Who is the biggest liar in Ghana has been one of the most searched queries in Ghana now.

In this short piece, we will explain how the Google search works and why you see results on the generic query, who is the biggest liar in Ghana.

Google uses software known as web crawlers that explore the web regularly to find sites to add to our index.

Most of the sites listed in the results aren’t manually submitted for inclusion, but are found and added automatically when our web crawlers crawl the web.

When a user searches on Google, Google determines the highest quality results.

The “best” results have many factors, including the user’s location, language, device (desktop or phone), and previous queries.

For example, searching for “bicycle repair shops” would show different answers to a user in Paris than it would to a user in Hong Kong. Most of the results shown on Google are a result of the volume of mentions from other sources.

Who is the biggest liar in Ghana?

No one is the biggest liar in Ghana. When you search for who is the biggest liar in Ghana, it is surprising to see the picture of the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

Even though many people thought it was a deliberate attempt by the search engine giant Google to defame the Vice President, Google has clarified why the Dr. Bawumia name shows up when you search for that query.

What Google has to say about who is the biggest liar in Ghana in search results.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai tried explaining the search results when he appeared before a Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington, DC, where he was asked questions.

He explained, “Anytime you type in a keyword, as Google, they have gone out and crawled and stored copies of billions of Websites pages in their index.

And they take the keyword and match it against their pages and rank them based on over 200 signals – things like relevance, freshness, popularity, how other people are using it.’

‘And based on that, at any given time, they try to rank and find the best search results for that query. And then evaluate it according to the objective guidelines.

And that is how they make sure the process is working. This is working at scale, and we don’t manually intervene on any particular search result.”

Sundar Pichai concluded that ‘So from the above result, one can easily concur that Google doesn’t identify Bawumia as the biggest liar in Ghana, However, Bawumia’s image might have appeared because many Ghanaians have used the word or term with his name and images.’

Can this result be changed?

Changing the result is not as easy as it may look. Google itself has no control over that, unless the Vice President wants every single piece of information about him to be deleted from the internet.

That will not be a decision the vice president will want to consider. Even though it looks defaming, there are many good things to read about the Vice President on the internet.

To the best of our knowledge, as copywriters, the vice president can get writers to write on the topic and shift the attention of the search’s intent.

Because his image has been used on several blogs, it has been used as a featured snippet, at least the last time we searched for the query.

Writers can write many good things about the Vice President to shift the bad articles about him to the pages where people hardly check results.


This editorial is not meant to confirm Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia as the biggest liar in Ghana; instead, it explains why you have a lot of results about him when you search for who is the biggest liar in Ghana?

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