A former Deputy Minister of Arts, Tourism and Culture, Dzifa Gomashie has won her parliamentary primary to represent the National Democratic Congress as the parliamentary candidate for the Ketu-South Constituency.
Ketu-South Constituency is known as a major stronghold for the NDC.
The incumbent Member of Parliament for the area and former Deputy Minister of Finance, Fifi Fiavi Kwetey decided not to contest the seat this time round.
Dzifa Gomashie edged her way to victory after polling 585 votes as against her closest contender’s 555.
TGR RADAR can predict that barring any major hiccups, Dzifa Gomashie will replace Fifi Kwetey in Parliament in January 2021 since the NDC has never lost parliamentary and or presidential elections in the constituency since it was created.