- John Dumelo's wife, Gifty Dumelo, has rated her husband's performance in the just-ended parliamentary elections at Ayawaso West Wuogon
- According to Gifty, even though her husband could not win, his performance was more than impressive and a challenge to the status quo
- She thus urged Dumelo to be proud of himself and walk with his head high like a king
- Dumelo lost the elections to the incumbent MP Lydia Alhassan by over a little 2,000 votes
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John Dumelo's wife, Gifty Mawunya Dumelo, has reacted to her husband's performance in the 2020 parliamentary elections at Ayawaso West Wuogon in the Greater Accra region.
Dumelo contested the Ayawaso West seat against incumbent MP Lydia Alhassan of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) losing by a little over 2,000 votes.
While the incumbent polled 39,851, the actor who represented the main opposition party National Democratic Congress (NDC) polled 37,778.
Being an NPP stronghold and a set they have won since 1996, Dumelo's performance has been described as impressive by many observes.
His wife agrees with that school of thought and has taken to social media to shower praises and console him while also thanking God.
Sharing a loved-up photo with her husband Gifty Dumelo wrote:
"Praise the Lord!!! In all things Lord ,me and my household will forever worship the Lord. Babe @johndumelo1 congratulations on such a spectacular performance and making history in Ayawaso west . For a first time contender in an NPP stronghold and closing the gap by such a margin, woooow !!!!you have really raised the status quo and you know what, you deserve a standing ovation.
So babe dust it off and move with your head so high like a king and a leader that you've been ordained to be. You are an inspiration to many and your hardwork and determination is apparent to all. You are a winner and will always be #idey4u #wemove."
According to him, there were violations of the law governing the election and thus makes EC's declaration tantamount to illegality.
The NDC presidential candidate while addressing the media on Thursday, December 10, also listed a number of concerns he had about the general conduct of the election.
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