According to a recent opinion poll conducted by Scorpion Research, Madam Abla Dzifa Gomashie is projected to win the National Democratic Congress’ (NDC) Ketu South parliamentary primary with a landslide victory of 56 percent. Her closest contender, Mr Foga Nukunu, is projected to receive 16 percent of the votes, while Mr Jim Morti is expected to receive 8 percent.
The sample size of the poll was 430, with a margin of error of 3.5 percent. Approximately 20 percent of the delegates were undecided. However, the poll’s outcome is said to resonate with the general feeling of the constituents and has generated intense excitement as most people in the Ketu South constituency are ready to give their MP another term in parliament.
Madam Gomashie, the incumbent Member of Parliament for Ketu South, has done creditably well in her first term as the constituency’s MP, and many delegates believe she deserves to be retained to continue the good work she has started. Her benevolence and developmental efforts in the constituency are unmatched, and constituents strongly believe she should be retained to continue the good work.
For the most part, Madam Gomashie has been well-loved by the people of the constituency, particularly by the women, and it is believed that she would sail through the primary with ease to return to Parliament for another term after the 2024 general election. This would make her the first female MP for the constituency to serve two consecutive terms.
The former actress and Deputy Creative Arts Minister won the NDC’s Ketu South parliamentary primary in 2019, and since then, she has worked hard to improve the lives of the people of the constituency. Her women empowerment and support programs have been widely appreciated, and she is always available anytime she is called on for support.
In a nutshell, the constituents of Ketu South are excited about the prospect of Madam Gomashie being retained for another term in Parliament, and many are looking forward to the positive impact she will continue to make in the constituency.