YEN.com.gh has come across a rare photo collage of Ghanaian actor, John Dumelo and musician A-plus spending time with both President Akufo-Addo and ex-President John Mahama.
In a rather interesting photo which is a collage of four different photos, John Dumelo was seen standing next to President Akufo-Addo in the first photo.
In the second photo, John Dumelo was again captured having a chat with ex-President John Mahama.
At the down part of the entire photo, Kwame A-plus was seen standing beside President Akufo-Addo in one photo and with John Mahama in the other one.
Between the four photos was the inscription ‘The 2 Smart Men’ in what seemed like trolls for the two celebrities.
Even though an actor, John Dumelo is a known politician with the opposition National Democratic Congress.
On the other hand, Kwame A-plus, real name Kwame Asare Obeng is a known member of the ruling New Patriotic Party.
A reason the one who merged the photos wrote ‘The 2 Smart Men’ could be that a point in time, both personalities were perceived as ‘crossing borders’.
John Dumelo before declaring his support for the NDC did not disclose his support for the NPP but the one who merged the photos was insinuating that he had met Akufo-Addo in support of his presidential ambition.
As for Kwame A-plus, it is no news that he has been quite unstable with declaring his allegiance to both political parties.
But prior to the 2016 general elections, A-plus disclosed his membership and support for the NPP party.
Unfortunately, he seems to have shifted once again after falling out with President Akufo-Addo and the NPP government during the deputy Chiefs of Staff allegation saga.
Recently, A-plus slammed President Akufo-Addo for soliciting funds abroad towards building Ghana’s national cathedral.
Meanwhile, A-plus once revealed his interest in contesting for a parliamentary seat on the ticket of the NPP in the Central Region.
John Dumelo is also taking a step further into politics by hinting that he will be contesting for the parliamentary seat soon.
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