NDC Parliamentary aspirant for the Ayawaso West Wuogon constituency, Frederick Nuamah plans to reconcile with his former best friend and political candidate, John Dumelo over their recent feud.
The actor and businessman in a chat with MzGee on United Showbiz disclosed that his relationship with Mr Dumelo transcends beyond friendship and he would try to salvage the embers of what they once had.
“John Dumelo is not my friend, he is my brother and I would never allow politics to come between us nor would I allow politics to destroy our brotherhood,” he said.
According to Mr Nuamah, their political party, the NDC, was an institution that advocates for unity so it will be in his best interest to settle the matter amicably.
“Aside from John being a brother to me, the NDC is one party, so this controversy between John and I, would be settled at home and for all you know, the issue may have already been resolved,” he pointed out.
The drama between Fred Nuamah and John Dumelo began in the early days of March when the former granted Graphic Showbiz an interview accusing the latter of reneging of his promise not to contest in Ayawaso West Wuogon.
“Frankly, it’s late to step down. My brother informed me and a lot of people that he was not going to contest the Ayawaso West Wuogon Constituency again. He gave me his blessings when I made up my mind to contest,” he said
Dumelo, 39, who represented the NDC in the 2020 parliamentary elections called his best man a liar and said he felt stabbed by his actions.