There is anxiety but I will still win - John Dumelo speaks in video

There is anxiety but I will still win - John Dumelo speaks in video

- The NDC parliamentary candidate for Ayawaso West Wuogon has spoken after results show his political rival Maa Lydia of the NPP has taken an early lead

- He said though he is so anxious while the votes were being counted, he is hopeful of victory at the end

- Dumelo has won in about two polling stations in the keenly contested constituency

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The aspiring National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dumelo, has said though he is very anxious as vote counting is underway, he is hopeful of victory.

In a new video sighted by, Dumelo admitted to be going through emotional trauma, however, he is trusting God for victory in the end.

He is captured pacing up and down so hopelessly at a polling station while the vote counting was ongoing.

There is anxiety but I will still win - John Dumelo speaks in video
A collage of John Dumelo. Photo credit: @johndumelo1.
Source: UGC

In an earlier report by, Dumelo was captured in a video looking so hopeless while going up and down

Meanwhile, the MP has said earlier that if he should lose the 2020 Elections, his first political attempt, he would never give up.

In an earlier report by, Dumelo said he would go back to the drawing board to work hard, restrategise, and come back big.

He drew strength from the resilience of experiences of Akufo-Addo, former president John Agyekum Kufour, the late former president John Evans Atta-Mills.

He explained that though these people lost elections several times, they bounced back and won eventually.

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