Unlike NPP, NDC Won’t Pour Acid on You – John Dumelo


Bearing in mind the horrific Adams Mahama’s death, Dumelo has urged Ghanaians to vote the National Democratic Congress because NDC won’t pour acid on them.

A-list actor John Dumelo has taken his support for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to another level. Dumelo continues to throw his weight behind the ruling party amid the massive criticisms hurled at him by the public. This time around, he has advised Ghanaians against voting for the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP) in the coming elections.

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Dumelo who was addressing a group of NDC supporters at Wa in the Upper West Region, said he is proud to be a member of the NDC because unlike the NPP, the NDC is not violent, and does not bathe members with acid. The actor was speaking with regards to the ongoing case about late Adams Mahama, who died in 2015, after a fellow NPP member allegedly poured acid on him.

As we know, Gregory Afoko who is the brother to suspended NPP National Chairman Paul Afoko, is standing trial for the murder of late Adams Mahama. Also in a recent development, wife of the deceased has testified against the defendant, saying she was told by her husband before he died, that he (Gregory Afoko) was responsible for his acid bath.

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And so, bearing in mind the horrific Adams Mahama’s death, Dumelo has arrived at the conclusion that NPP members are filled with violence. During his visit to Wa as part of his campaigning for the NDC, he told the people to join the ruling party because NDC won’t pour acid on anyone, nor will they indulge in any similar violent act. He warned them never to vote for the violent NPP in the coming elections.

Dumelo has been getting a whole lot of attention since the beginning of this year, following his public declaration of support for the ruling party. Despite the fact that he has been criticized massively for dabbling into politics, the actor has remained loyal to the party. Earlier this year, he revealed that since he declared his support for President Mahama, he has been receiving messages from random people who keep threatening his life.

But it appears the actor is far from giving up on the President and his party.