Dr Dzamesi wins Keta NPP parliamentary primaries


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By
Ewoenam Kpodo, GNA

Keta (V/R), Sept. 29, GNA – Dr Benjamin Sena
Dzameshie of the Keta Government Hospital, has been elected the New Patriotic
Party Parliamentary Candidate for the Keta Constituency.

He polled 270 votes to beat his only
contender, Mr Godwin Edudzi Yao Effah, the Keta Municipal Chief Executive, who
had 163 votes.

Dr Dzameshie said his election signaled; “a
new dawn and a new era” for the youth where their needs would be prioritized
and urged them to considered his work at the Hospital and give him the nod to
represent them in Parliament. 

He thanked his contender for the race and
all delegates for the time and asked for a united front for victory for the
Party in the 2020 general election.

Dr Dzameshie said he would address issues of
unemployment and underdevelopment when voted into Parliament.

“There are ongoing plans by this government
to construct a port at Keta for employment and other policies aimed at
improving the living conditions of the people and we need your votes to be in
power to roll out these life-changing projects,” he said.

Mr Kwasi Bodjah, the NPP Regional Organiser,
congratulated Dr Dzameshie and charged him to do his best to increase the
fortunes of the Party in the Constituency. 

In a related development, Mr Kofi Dzamesi,
Minister for Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs, was elected by popular
acclamation as the Parliamentary Candidate for the NPP in the Ketu North
Constituency.

GNA