Sorry to bother you so quick with another mail for publication. And as I stated in my previous published e-mail, I am heavily affected by the current power crisis in Ghana, my husband’s business which is where myself and my children get fed has almost collapsed—and that is why I am appalled by John Dumelo’s statement to this extent.
Just a few days about John Dumelo went on radio to say, Ghanaians should stop pressuring President Mahama over the current ‘dumsor dumsor’ which has affected production, our schools and healthcare sectors—this same DoucheBag took to twitter to write the below.
First, this guy says ‘Rome was not built in a day’ so the 3 years that the NDC party he campaigned for has been in power is not enough, they need more time to fix the power crisis which get worse each day.
He talked as though he had no brains and had the audacity to ask Ghanaians not to complain or put pressure on President Mahama, rather we should just be grateful and watch. And then a day after this insensitive message, he goes on twitter to ask for a place where he can buy solar panels for his house—a slap in the face of ordinary Ghanaians.
This same DoucheBag is seen complaining about the noise generators make, forgetting that if we had electricity provided by his NDC government which he campaigned for, there would have been no generators to make noise, Kwas**.
What even upsets me most about his tweet is the fact, he doesn’t seem to have sense enough to care about Ghanaians who cannot afford generators or solar panels. He wants solar panels—and the rest of us can sit and watch Mahama, while the power crisis continue.
This is a clear case of selfishness; all this man thinks about is himself and not the masses or the nation.
And trust Ghanaians to tell him the truth about himself. A lot of people tweeted back at him for his solar panel tweet, putting him in his right person.
READ ALSO: Anasimba By Zita: A Look At the Beautiful Works of the Avant-garde Ghanaian Fashion Designer With Exquisite Touch Who Designs for the Big Celebrities—Yet Affordable (PHOTOS)
Once again, can this John Dumelo tell us how much he was paid by the NDC to become this stupid? Ewe man, use your head next time and not your pocket.
Please find some of the tweets attached. (Flip to the next pages for the tweets)
Editor’s note: This e-mail has been heavily edited for publication as I found some of the words used excessively inappropriate.
From: Maame Afia Asantewaa/Accra, Ghana
You can send your Readers’ Mail directly to me via Vincent@ghanacelebrities.com
It may take some time to get published because I receive a lot of such mails and need to publish them one after the other. Thank You.
Flip to the next pages to see what some angry Ghanaians tweeted to John Dumelo