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Photos: “It’s time to listen and serve the interest of the people” – Dumelo begins campaign for Ayawaso West Wuogon seat

, Photos: “It’s time to listen and serve the interest of the people” – Dumelo begins campaign for Ayawaso West Wuogon seat, GHSPLASH.COM

Celebrated Ghanaian actor and NDC parliamentary aspirant has kick started his campaign for the Ayawaso West Wuogon seat.

John Dumelo has picked forms to contest the National Democratic Congress’ primaries.

Even before he would be selected to lead the party to the 2020 Parliamentary elections, he has started campaigning for the 2020 December polls. , Photos: “It’s time to listen and serve the interest of the people” – Dumelo begins campaign for Ayawaso West Wuogon seat, GHSPLASH.COM

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The Ayawaso West Wuogon seat has been an NPP seat since the turn of the new millennium but Dumelo is confident of winning it for NDC.

In the morning of 19th July 2019, Dumelo took to Twitter to request for support on his bold step to enter Parliament of Ghana.

It’s time for Ayawaso West Wuogon….it’s time to listen and serve the interest of the people. It’s time for change….I John Dumelo, humbly ask you to support me on this journey…..God bless Ghana. #takingaction #gettingresults #idey4u 🙏🏿”– John Dumelo wrote

 

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