John Dumelo files nomination forms; photos drop as supporters cheer him on

John Dumelo files nomination forms; photos drop as supporters cheer him on

The Parliamentary candidate on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), for the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency, John Dumelo has finally filed his nomination forms.

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He successfully filed the forms on Wednesday, October 7, 2020, at the District EC office in East Legon.

He was spotted riding in a pick up truck as he waved happily to his prospective constituents after filing his nomination.

In a Facebook post sighted by, Dumelo noted that this marks the beginning of change the people of AWW are seeking.

John Dumelo files nomination forms; photos drop as supporters cheer him on
John Dumelo files nomination forms; photos drop as supporters cheer him on Source: Facebook
Source: Facebook
"I successfully filed my nomination to contest the Ayawaso West Wuogon parliamentary seat yesterday at the District EC office in East Legon. This marks the beginning of change the men and women of AWW seek. God is with us. #idey4u #wemove #timenodey," he wrote. has shared some beautiful images from his filing of nomination.

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Handing over nomination forms.

Dumelo already acting his role.

His smile alone upon seeing people is lovely.

This woman was simply excited.

Dumelo exchanging pleasntries.

This woman could not help but beam with joy upon seeing Dumelo.

Ghanaians and people from all over the world have congratulated him on his successful filing of nomination and wished him luck come December 7.

Itz Fivinho Fivinho had a little advise for him.

Congratulations Dumelo on your new adventure sir. Please don't be like them other politicians after you succeed then u turn your back on the poor people who were shouting for you. We love you here from Sierra Leone.

Waterz Yidana congratulated him.

Congratulations, John Dumelo. I'm inspired by your hard work and determination to represent us in parliament. You've proven to us all that you won't disappoint us when given the mandate to serve. May victory be yours in the December 7th, 2020 general elections.

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Virginia Njambi from Kenya believes his hardwork will make him the people's choice.

Congratulations Dumelo...I've been following your hard work from Kenya...u've really stood with your people...I wish u victory.

Uzoamaka Rita Amobi from Nigeria wished him luck.

I wish you the best of luck and God's protection. From Nigeria.

Shan Lian Tara also from Uganda wished him well.

Good luck John. May God's Blessings and Favour locate you. From Uganda.

Sahid Taylor-Kamara from Sierra Leone wished him luck

Good luck John. May U be successful in this election and I pray God direct U to bring that change. Love from Sierra Leone.

Nigerians were not left out as Aniekeme Fifa Robson from Akwa Ibom state wished him well.

All the way from Akwa Ibom state in Nigeria I wish you all the best.

Akharame Superdee Steven believed he will win the election.

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With God on your side, victory is your's. You shall win by the grace of God. Great guy.

John Dumelo is running against Lydia Seyram Alhassan who is the incumbent member of parliament for the Ayawaso West Wuogon seat.

She was voted in 2019 to replace her husband who was then the seating MP before his untimely death after a short illness.

Dumelo seems to be a strong competition for Lydia Alhassan as he has undertaken several social intervention initiatives in the constituency all in the bid to cease the Ayawaso seat from the incumbent. reported that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo had filed his nominations at the Electoral Commission.

He was accompanied by his running mate and vice president, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia.

The president in a post shared on Facebook wrote said the forms were received by the EC chair, Mrs Jean Adukwei Mensa.

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On Tuesday, 6th October 2020, I filed my nomination forms for the 2020 presidential election at the offices of the Electoral Commission in Accra. The forms were received, on behalf of the Electoral Commission, by its Chair, Mrs Jean Mensa, he wrote on Facebook.

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