John Dumelo says politics is to serve and that is what he is in to do for his constituency.
The actor turned politician, engaged in an interaction with his fans after one stated that his participation in communal services and concern about what happens in the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency, may end if wins power.
According to John that will not happen, because he is in politics to serve and he will need the support of his constituents for more than a 4-year term. “If I don’t continue, who will vote after the next 4 years....politics is service to the nation” he tweeted.
Emphasizing on his intention to rather be a servant, John added that should he win the 2020 election, 50% of his first year salary plus his bonuses as an MP, will be donated to the youth in his constituency as development aid.
See his tweets below.
Not. Best reply "if i don't." That 4 years in office can create a generational fortune for you. Tell them if you don't. In your first year they should take all your allowance n salaries and use it to develop.— LOVE ME???????????????????? (@minelcurtis) November 12, 2019
That’s not a problem at all. That’s a very good suggestion. Here’s what I will do. I will donate 50% of my first year salary and bonuses as MP to the youth In Ayawaso West as development aid. I mean it. https://t.co/olZgOpHI8M— MrDumelo (@johndumelo1) November 12, 2019