- John Dumelo has once again shown his philanthropic side
- He served lunch to some prisoners tasked to clean up the city
- Packs of popular fast food, Papaye were delivered to them on the Legon-Shiashie highway
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The National Democratic Congress(NDC), parliamentary aspirant for the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency, John Dumelo has once again shown his philanthropic side.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, he served lunch to some prisoners deployed to work on the Legon-Shiashie Highway.
Packs of popular fast food, Papaye were delivered to them at the sites they were working at.
"I offered lunch to all the prisoners who started work( weeding) on the main Legon-Shiashie Highway this morning.
Together let’s keep the city clean and motivate those who help us keep our communities tidy," he wrote on Facebook
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As usual, this act of kindness has been well appreciated by Ghanaians.
Elma believes Dumelo would one day be the Head of State.
Veronica loved what Dumelo was doing in Ayawaso West.
Kendrick believes it is a political ambition strategy.
Isaac couldn't understand why people would think he was doing all this as a means to an end.
Fafa said she would come out to vote because of Dumelo
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Meanwhile, John Dumelo, believes he will win the seat with a 54% vote margin.
Dumelo has expressed confidence in the fact that despite the constituency being a stronghold of the NPP since 2000, it is no more a safe seat for them.
Speaking on Citi TV‘s Face to Face program, Dumelo dismissed suggestions made by people who believed that the seat is traditionally an NPP seat
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Source: Yen Ghana