Actor John Dumelo has once again stepped up to meet the needs of his hopeful future constituents after he donated 100 cartons of water to frontline workers at the University of Ghana Medical School.
Dumelo made the donation after the series of posts from Joy Fm presenter Gary Al-Smith – who was admitted at the facility following his COVID-19 diagnosis and revealed the troubles frontline workers there are going through to do their work.
Gary’s plea has gotten some organizations to donate to the facility and the latest to do so is Dumelo, who is an aspiring parliamentary candidate in Ayawaso West Wuogon, the constituency which houses the hospital.
He presented 100 cartons of water to the frontline workers, revealing the donation in a Twitter post.
“Yesterday we donated about 100 cartons of water to frontline workers at UGMC located in the Ayawaso West Constituency. Thank you @garyalsmith for driving this initiative. #Ghanafirst#Idey4u,” Dumelo tweeted.
Since announcing his run for office, Dumelo has become the most caring human being in the universe, responding to any issue raised by people in the constituency.
The legitimate fear many have, and we’ve seen this many times before – is that the actor would become aloof from the people once he wins office.
Guess we’ll have to wait and see…