From all indications, John Dumelo is trying his possible best to convince his constituents to vote him into power in the upcoming elections.
He pledged to set up a football team in Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency if he’s voted into parliament on the ticket of NDC.
“When I enter Parliament, I’ll give half of my salary to Ayawaso West Wuogon. The first thing I’ll do with that 50% [of my salary] is to establish a football team in Aywaso West Wuogon,” he said.
Speaking on how he’ll achieve the many promises he has made, Dumelo said he will donate half of his salary as an MP to the constituency if he’s voted for.
“We are tired of playing gala every time. It’s time to create the West Wuogon football club so that the footballers here can also get the opportunity to play in the Premier League and also go abroad.”
This is one of the many things the actor cum politician has promised to do when he’s voted as MP for Ayawaso West Wuogon.
Meanwhile, the National Communications Officer of the NDC also questioned incumbent MP Lydia Alhassan’s suitability as a legislator.
Sammy Gyamfi said the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency deserves a better legislator than someone who cannot speak in Parliament.