Use the dialogue below to answer the question below.
Mr. Ganaba: Mr. Kotoun, where are you going with
hoe and cutlass on a day that has been
set aside for the rescheduled
gubernatorial election in our state?
Mr. Katoun: I am going to the farm to harvest some
tubers of yam for the next market day. I
don’t need to remind you that we have
been made our own government.
Therefore, the sale of this product is
much more beneficial to me and my family than
whoever becomes the next governor.
The behaviour of Mr. Katoun in the dialogue above can be traced to the following factors except
A. inadequate security at polling booths
B. poor technology
C. unfulfilled manifestoes
D. existence of endemic corruption
Correct Option: Answer is B