John Dumelo has proved to be a typical jack of all trades considering his recent success in agriculture. The ace actor has manged to get his head out of the water with a number of side hassles, following the dwindling lucrativeness in the Ghana movie industry. While most actors and actresses have been on a lowkey, Dumelo has already ventured into politics, where he recently stood for a member of parliament position at Ayawaso West Wuogon but unfortunately lost to his competitor, Lydia Alhassan.
Dumelo has also proved to be an efficient farmer and has been spotted embarking on his agriculture endeavors a number of times. Dumelo took his social media page to showcase how his diligent his farming business has yielded results, showing three tons of ginger he harvested recently. He captioned it," I'm a proud farmer". Check out the picture below.
Indeed he's proud of his new profession. Dumelo's hardwork received some eulogies from Ghanaians who felt the veteran actor is really ambitious and hardworking. Check out some comments.
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