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John Dumelo gifts ‘stolen Toyota V8 Landcruiser’ to Manifest

Actor John Dumelo with actress Zynell Zuh presenting an award at the VGMA

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Renowned Ghanaian actor says he will gift the V8 Totoya Landcruiser vehicle alleged to have been stolen from the state to manifest who is the son of renowned lawyer and member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Tsatsu Tsikata.

Renowned Ghanaian actor says he will gift the V8 Totoya Landcruiser vehicle alleged to have been stolen from the state to manifest who is the son of renowned lawyer and member of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) Tsatsu Tsikata.

The actor who was called on stage to present the best rapper award to the musician at the 18 Edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards on Saturday night , told audience at the event that he will in addition to what Manifest was receiving add the V8 vehicle to him a comment that attracted spontaneous laughter from the guests.

National Security operatives allegedly caught the actor, who was part of the failed campaign to get John Mahama elected for a second time as president, with a vehicle belonging to the state, and retrieved one of them from a spraying shop at Abelemkpe, Accra, recently.

The second V8, ash in colour, which John Dumelo allegedly claimed was in possession of his girlfriend, is currently being pursued by the operatives.

When news broke that one of the two V8 Toyota Land Cruisers classified as missing from the pool of state vehicles had been retrieved from John Dumelo at an auto mechanic’s shop, he allegedly took to Facebook, a social media platform, to rubbish the publication, claiming that he bought the vehicle impounded by the state.

He posted, “I have not granted any interview both private or public to which I mentioned the name of the first lady for buying me a V8,”

He continued, “I bought the vehicle myself; I never said it anywhere that Madam Lordina bought it for me. I have in my entire NDC life met her Excellency only once at a public event. Treat any publication that tries to link my purchase of a V8 to the former first lady as trash.”

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