GC Editor Dares John Dumelo – Produce KNUST Graduating Certificate And I’ll Shut Down My Blog!

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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri

Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com, Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, has thrown a challenge to clueless John Dumelo over his elitist, demeaning post concerning a ‘KNUST graduate hawker’.

Dumelo, shocking Ghanaians this morning, posted a photo of a man hawking bread in traffic, wondering where it went wrong for the hawker, a KNUST graduate.

Social media has been awash with criticisms of Dumelo for the post, which seems to demean hawking as a profession and the gentleman, whose photo was presumably taken without consent.

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Quite amusingly, it later emerged the gentleman is not a ‘full time hawker’, so to speak.

According to a post by one Samuel Awaitey, the ‘hawker’ is in fact the CEO of a bakery company. His name is actually Kwaku Vito and he employs over 200 people in Kumasi.

Dumelo saw him in traffic because he was promoting his brand in Accra.

Anyway, Chris-Vincent has laid down the gauntlet for John, daring he who was unable to graduate from KNUST yet finds it within himself to make fun of a ‘real’ graduate trying to earn an honest living.

Chris-Vincent, as usual, pulls no punches in getting his point across.

Read his post below…

You guys are wasting your time on John Dumelo–a man who owns no business and yet claims to own a lot of businesses.

A man who could not graduate from KNUST–yet talks cheap about a graduate from KNUST who has a bread business.

If John Dumelo can show us his KNUST certificate, I swear I will close down my blog or make myself available for national stoning.

I dare him to produce his certificate!

Ya br3 wo John!


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