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Over half of Dome-Kwabenya voters likely to retain Adwoa Safo – Report

Source The Ghana Report

Member of Parliament (MP) for Dome Kwabenya constituency Sarah Adwoa Safo is very likely to retain her seat if she seeks re-election.

According to a report by Global Info Analytics, 50.3 per cent of voters in her constituency are very likely or likely to vote for the current MP, whilst 30.6 per cent are very unlikely/unlikely to vote for her.

The survey conducted by the group also revealed that approximately 19.2 percent of voters in her constituency were neutral.

29.7% of voters in the constituency believe the country is headed in the wrong direction, whilst 70.3% said it is headed in the right direction.

The report, however, noted that there is a chance the incumbent MP will not be seeking re-election.

“Incumbent MP is reported will not be seeking re-election. The outcome of the 2024 race in this constituency will be determined by several factors, the strength of change, and the loyalty of voters to Adwoa Sarfo and how she exit as well as the influence of the Christo Asafo church members. This could be an open election for any candidate to win,” the report concluded.

The MP has been in the news for the wrong reasons for several weeks.

She has been the subject of criticism because of her absence from parliament since the house resumed sitting in January 2022.

Parliament’s Privileges Committee has summoned her to appear before it following her absence from parliamentary sittings.

She is expected to appear on 6 July 2022 at noon at Parliament House, New Administration Block, Committee Room 1, 2 & 3 pursuant to Article 103 (6) of the Constitution and Order 205 of the Standing Orders of Parliament.

This comes after several failed attempts to reach the sector minister, who has been absent from her Gender Ministry and Parliament for more than 15 parliamentary sittings.

The committee said it “has employed all available means, both official and unofficial, to serve the Member with an invitation letter, including sending the invitation letter to her office and pigeonhole in Parliament”, but it is yet to get any response from her.

 

 

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