- Ghanaian actor and politician John Dumelo has been criticized by social media users for holding the waist of a University of Ghana student
- The Twitter users accused the NDC parliamentary candidate of being gross and predatory by holding the young student
- John Dumelo had visited the University of Ghana campus in connection with their 2019 matriculation
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Popular Ghanaian actor and NDC parliamentary candidate for Ayawaso West Wuogon, John Dumelo, has incurred the anger of Twitter users for posing with a student.
According to some Ghanaians on Twitter, John Dumelo should not have held the waist of the young female University of Ghana student.
In a series of comments under John Dumelo's tweet, some youth expressed their disappointment in the parliamentary aspirant for his pose with the young lady.
In the photos John posted, he held the waist of the young lady in the first photo, as if she were his girlfriend.
The photo, however, did not go down well with Twitter users as they criticized the popular actor for the photo:
Junior claimed the first photo qualifies as gross conduct:
Ga Teacher expressed his dissatisfaction for the video:
Shawn asked John Dumelo to remove his hand from the lady's waist:
Augy had this to say:
Stephen drew John Dumelo's attention, claiming that the lady is someone's daughter:
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that some Twitter users did not find John Dumelo's first photo appealing.
Meanwhile, some other users have heaped praise on the actor for visiting the campus to interact and take a photo with the students.
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