NPP Says They Fed John Dumelo When He Was Broke And Hungry So He Should Show Some Gratitude And Stop Attacking Them Baselessly

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John Dumelo
John Dumelo

John Dumelo is the NDC’s number one showbiz surrogate, nobody supports them more stridently and brazenly.
However, according to the NPP, John is displaying extreme ingratitude and disloyalty by attacking the one party that took care of him when he was broke and hungry.

Deputy Communications director of the NPP, Anthony Karbo, made the incensed remarks during an appearance on Kasapa Fm Monday.
Speaking to Fiifi Banson in response to recent attacks by the actor on the party, Karbo said the NPP would be willing to play the dirty political game with Dumelo if he so desires.
“If Mr. Dumelo is interested in getting into the dirty gutter and unguarded politics of attack, he should know that this is the very party that took care of him sometime ago, when he was a student at KNUST, the party was there for him,” Karbo said.
He further criticised the conduct of Dumelo, who has been accused of campaigning in various SHS’s across the country.
“What morals will a person like John Dumelo be teaching young people, what has he achieved?” Karbo wondered.
“We want John Dumelo and the GES to understand that this illegality that is being perpetrated; that he’ll be going round these schools where political activities are not allowed. We know that in the second cycle schools politics is not accepted so why do you allow him to campaign for Mahama?
“And all those headmasters who give him the opportunity to come to their schools under the cover of a peace ambassador meanwhile he’s there to campaign for John Mahama, we are watching them.” he added.
John Dumelo recently hit back hard at the NPP over accusations he was campaigning in schools, saying the NPP was a violent party.

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