- John Dumelo has promised to help fix the leaking ceiling of a hostel room on the University of Ghana campus
- This comes after an X user reached out to him with the poor state of his sister's friend's room which floods anytime it rains
- Many people applauded John Dumelo and vowed to vote for him in the 2024 parliamentary elections
Actor and politician John Dumelo has vowed to fix the leaking ceiling of a hostel on the University of Ghana campus.
X user pleads with John Dumelo to come to their aid
According to him, it happened at dawn on October 24, 2023, when it rained, and they had paid GH¢2,950 some three weeks ago to occupy that space.
Below is the young man's message to John Dumelo:
Uncle John.. my sister's mate, literally sent me a video of their room leaking at around 3/4 am this dawn, this isn't a private hostel oo.. one of the UGEL Hostels of the university. We paid a whooping 2,950 Ghc exactly three weeks ago!!!! THIS LEGON OOOO, the @UnivofGh
John Dumelo responds to the X-user's plea
Responding to the concerned young man, John Dumelo said:
Pls send me a dm. I will get it fixed
Below is the conversation between Koby and John Dumelo on X.
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Many people in the comment section were unhappy about the situation as they called on the University of Ghana authorities to resolve the situation.
Others also applauded John Dumelo for promising to fix the faulty ceiling in their hostel room.
If ano vote for you next year, make I bend
Chairman, you do all.
Good man♂️️. Be blessed.
Oh, Ghana, why common roofing too, the school can’t fix eiiii.
Yet what the sitting president is thinking of is changing its name. Who really discovered Africa?
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YEN.com.gh reported that actor John Dumelo donated relief items to the victims of the Akosombo Dam spillage on October 17, 2023.
Items including eggs, bread, water and many others were distributed to three farming communities in the area: Torgome, Klamadaboe, and Kesegakope.
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Many Ghanaians hailed him and showered him with blessings for the kind gesture.
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