CEO of Ghana Movie Awards Fred Nuamah has advised actor John Dumelo to let go of his political dream of becoming president of the Republic of Ghana.
Instead, he asked him to look at leading the Ghana Actors’ Guild (GAG) which currently has no president. Fred’s admonition follows last week’s reports that John Dumelo announced his interest to become president of Ghana.
According to the reports, John said this while addressing party faithful and some bigwigs of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) at Hohoe when he joined them for the ‘Walk for Mahama’ health walk. But questions were posed about whether his drive for the presidency was just to feed into the assertion that only persons with the name John would head Ghana as president.
However, Fred Nuamah thinks he should rather be occupying the vacuum at GAG.
“… I think we should make him the president of the Actors’ Guild first to see his leadership skills,” Fred said in a comment on Instagram.
Currently, it is unclear how the GAG has been faring since it lost its president, Reverend Eddie Coffie, late last year.
Also, Vice President Vivian Achor has been missing in action as reports claim she is currently in the USA.
One of its leaders, Solomon Sampah, also gave up the ghost. The association is currently without a president as no election has been held to elect one.