- Actor John Dumelo is making a massive donation of provisions to the people of Ayawaso West-Wuogon
- He said some of them have found it hard to endure the lockdown
- Many people have praised him for his kind gesture
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Ghanaian actor and aspiring MP for the Ayawaso West-Wuogon Constituency, John Dumelo, has made a massive provision donation to the people of that constituency.
He said the gesture is to help the people as some of them found it very difficult to endure the lockdown.
Dumelo said he is aware some of them cannot afford food, stressing that: “failing them means failing God”.
Ghanaians are impressed with Dumelo’s kind act and have praised him.
Benjamin, for instance, observed that the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency has been an NPP stronghold, but believe Dumelo will change that opinion in the 2020 election:
Eticit wrote that he is impressed with Dumelo’s works:
Bertha was full of love for Dumelo calling him one of the greatest personality he has come across:
Eunice simply prayed for God’s blessing for Dumelo:
Lipls also said Dumelo is the kind of leader Ghanaians have been praying for:
Sammy said even the sitting MP of the area has not achieved a quarter of Dumelo’s work, saying anyone who speaks ill of the actor is evil:
There are many other comments showing how Ghanaians are pleased with Dumelo’s kind gesture.
Earlier, he had constructed water points for the people in that constituency to enjoy free water.
In that report by YEN.com.gh, Dumelo said many of the people were still buying water even after President Akufo has said Ghanaians should enjoy free water.
This is part of the government's measures to mitigate the effects of coronavirus on the people of Ghana.
Many people praised John Dumelo for that initiative and prayed for victory for him in the upcoming elections.
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