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Lead the fight in fixing the Film Industry and come back prepared- Leila Djansi to John Dumelo

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Film maker Leila Djansi has tasked actor John Dumelo to champion the cause of fixing the film industry following his loss in the Ayawaso West Wougon Parliamentary seat.

According to Leila, John fought a good fight and should be commended. She however charged John to use this opportunity to champion causes for the film industry.

“Elections conducted on bribery SHOULD always end in a loss. #GhanaDecides. BUT, my Jonivi did so well that, it will keep the MP on her toes to WORK FOR THE PEOPLE. Congratulations @johndumelo1 . Try again by championing causes in your industry; FILM. Let’s SEE your history of serving. There’s so much to be fixed in Ghana’s film industry. Please lead that fight and then, you come back trained and ready,” she wrote in a post on Instagram.

Leila also shared a word or two to the youth who are interested in joining active political to ‘cultivate the habit of serving.’

“Guys, If you desire politics in your future, start NOW where ever you are. Cultivate a habit of serving and leading initiatives. Don’t wake up one morning and start bribing, braiding, pounding and bonding cos you want votes. That’s disrespectful to the people. Start now! Brighten the corner where you are. Politicians need to stop taking voters for granted. You can’t bribe folks with laptop and when you win, your kid goes to Harvard and the voters kids struggle for desks and jobs. Very proud of how assertive Ghanaians are becoming. 👏👏👏👏 Hope the entire genpop catches up soon,” she added.

John Dumelo contested the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency parliamentary seat on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) against the incumbent Member of Parliament, Mrs Lydia Seyram Alhassan.

Mrs Lydia Seyram Alhassan has however, retained her seat after polling 39,851 out of 77,604 total votes while John Dumelo of the NDC polled 37,778.

See her post below:

 

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