Ghanaian actor and politician, John Dumelo and his ‘enemy-like friend’, Jon Benjamin who once served as a British high commissioner to Ghana have been spotted chilling with an Original vegetable V8 fruit juice.
Jon Benjamin has been constantly mocking the Ghanaian actor turned politician after NPP officials accused the actor of “stealing” a state-owned V8 Toyota Landcruiser Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV).
Ghanaian Actor, John Dumelo after many years of breaking innocent hearts finally tied the knot with a charming lady and a team of Ghallywood actors led by actor-turn Pastor, Majid Michel was there to make their colleague’s traditional wedding a happy one.
In the video, Ghana’s number one controversial musician, Kwame A Plus, actress Jackie Appiah, Prince David Osei were dancing to a song from Coded of 4×4 tagged ‘Edey Pain Dem”.
Actor John Dumelo has landed in the Emirates on the next leg of his never ending melo-tourist world tour.
Dumelo has been traipsing the world these days, perhaps giving himself some downtime after the heartbreak of December, when the NDC where crushed by the NPP in the 2016 elections.
Ghanaian actor-John Dumelo has been in the news so many times for allegedly defrauding others, mostly women—with one of his fraud cases catching the attention of Ghanaian investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas. After threats of exposure by Anas in 2013, John Dumelo cleaned his mess, by paying back several thousands of dollars he had taken … Read more
Ghanaian actor-John Dumelo finally confirmed exclusively to GhanaCelebrities.Com early this month that he was going to stage a political warfare—and that he will be campaigning aggressively for the NDC.
This came after many years of speculation that John Dumelo was NDC, a position he had calmly denied—mostly having said, he is a man of peace and not politics.
During the last election, John Dumelo appeared in a video which would best be described as an NDC campaign video but he denied the facts, saying, he was only in the video as a Peace ambassador and not to campaign for the NDC because he was not actively into politics.
At the time, he said: “Yes I did a TV commercial for the NDC in 2012 because I loved the message they preached. I must state here that it was purely voluntary. I wasn’t paid for that and I wasn’t expected to be paid for that. I did it for the love of the country. Any party that preaches what will benefit the country I won’t mind joining that bandwagon; be it NPP, CPP or PPP.”
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.