- In a tweet, Dumelo sought to find out what the average Ghanaian would do with GHC 500
- It was however met with an interesting response from former British diplomat, Jon Benjamin
- The former High Commisioner responded by saying he would purchase two buckets of spray paint, and then donate the rest to John Dumelo's foundation
Former British High Commissioner, Jon Benjamin, may no longer be working in Ghana, but that hasn’t completely cut him off the country.
Ghanaian actor and entrepreneur, John Dumelo’s tweet was met with a hilarious response from the former British official.
Dumelo, in a tweet, sought to find out from Ghanaians how best they would spend GHC 500.
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In a report by Ghanacelebrities.com, one social media user stated he would immediately set up a poultry farm.
Another stated that he would get himself a new phone, so he could better market his business, especially on social media.
A third one stated he would buy a container for his mother, so she could start a trade.
Yet another expressed his intention to purchase some second hand clothing, so he could sell.
However Jon Benjamin, opted to injected a bit of comic relief into the scene. According to him, he would buy two buckets of spray paint and donate the rest to John Dumelo’s foundation.
His response was construed to mean an attempt conceal the true colour of a V8 vehicle allegedly obtained under unclear conditions by the actor from the State.
Benjamin, has on numerous occasions, mocked Dumelo on social media.
His latest response, in that respect, is not surprising, as it would become one of the several instances he has ridiculed the actor online.
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