John Dumelo Set To Continue Farming After Election Loss

The 2020 elections are over and we all know John Dumelo lost to Lydia Alhassan of the NPP in the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency.

No matter how hard it is, John Dumelo has come to terms with the election loss and has announced his next move.

In a long Facebook post, Sunday morning, John Dumelo stated that any time he’s lost an election, he came back stronger as he listed a few instances where he lost elections and won subsequently.

He showed appreciation to the over 37,000 people who gave him their votes.

“So I want to thank the over 37,000 people who voted for me in Ayawaso West Wuogon. From the bottom of my heart, I really appreciate you all. To those that didn’t vote for me, I hope that in the future I can work and prove to you that I’m worthy of your vote,” John Dumelo wrote on Facebook.

While stating his disappointment in the election results, John Dumelo still pledged to work together with the victor to make the constituency better.

“I may not be satisfied with the final results or the irregularities that occurred,but before everything else I am Ghanaian and I will always put the people first“Ut omnes onum sint”.

So I’m ready to help to make this constituency the greatest. (I have new wellinton boots for you too) Mega tsi dzi o,” he said.
For the meantime though, John said he was going to go back to farming and travelling across Ghana to engage people, help entrepreneurs and touch as many lives as he possibly could.
“What’s next?
I will continue farming, travelling around Ghana, engaging people, helping entrepreneurs and touching the lives of as many Ghanaians as I can; “facta non verba”, he added.

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