John Dumelo has responded to the comments of Lydia Alhassan in classic fashion and got lots of people talking on the Twitter platform.
The tweet which was directed at parliamentary candidate Lydia was carefully written by the politician who seemed to be devastated by her comments
He also pointed to the fact that the lady reported late at the grounds with 15 minutes left and used her time allocated to insult him.
"You came 2 hours late to a debate and used your 15mins allocation to say I don’t have sense? I’m impressed".This received lots of concerns from the online users with most calling Lydia Alhassan's comments harsh and that she should have spoken in a better manner to him.
This what most of the people posted;
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