Election 2020: Parliament is not a place for movie actors - Ayorkor Botchway shades Dumelo

Election 2020: Parliament is not a place for movie actors - Ayorkor Botchway shades Dumelo

- Minister for Foreign Affairs, Shriley Ayorkor Botchwey has thrown direct shots at John Dumelo

- According to her, parliament is not a place for actors

-She added that parliament was a place for only serious business

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The 2020 general election is exactly a week away and most aspirants in the various constituencies are tying up all the loose ends to secure vote for themselves.

In the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency, the incumbent MP, Lydia Seyram Alhassan is bent on retaining the seat to continue to represent the constituency for the next four years.

She is facing strong competition from Ghanaian actor and entrepreneur, John Setor Dumelo who is not resting on his laurels.

Dumelo has been up and doing in trying to connect with residents of Ayawaso West.

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Election 2020: Parliament is not a place for movie actors - Ayorkor Botchway shades Dumelo
Election 2020: Parliament is not a place for movie actors - Ayorkor Botchway shades Dumelo Source: Instagram/theindependentghana.com
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During a recent party rally in the constituency, the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Shriley Ayorkor Botchwey threw direct shots at John Dumelo.

According to her, parliament is a place for serious business and not a place for movie actors.

She added that parliament is not a place for people who think they had their popularity through movies and therefore can contest to lead serious mind people.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, therefore encouraged residents to turn up in their numbers and massively vote for the NPP's candidate, affectionately called Maa Lydia

She added that if the Ayawaso residents voted for the NPP in both the presidential and parliamentary slots, there would be massive development in the constituency.

Meanwhile, the wife of Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Samira Bawumia, has mocked John Dramani Mahama’s promise to create one million jobs if elected president in the December 7 polls.

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Mahama in one of his campaign rallies promised to put Ghanaians back to work by creating one million jobs in fours when he regains the presidency.

The presidential candidate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) said his second administration will pursue an aggressive job and entrepreneurial programme in the public and private sector.

Commenting on the promise, the Second Lady, said Mahama lack’s the competence to deliver on such a promise.

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