Incumbent Women Organizer for the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP), Madam Kate Gyamfua has retained her seat after votes were counted at the national delegates conference held at the Accra Sports Stadium.
She polled 620 votes out of a total of 661 views cast.
From the results that have been counted so far, she garnered 93.78%.
Ellen Ama Daaku polled 9 votes representing 1.36% while Hajia Sawudatu polled 32 votes representing 4.84%.
The Electoral Commission is yet to declare the official results.
For more than three decades in national and local politics, Kate has been contributing and doing party works for the NPP.
She started at the polling station level where she became the polling station chairperson for 10 good years in the Akwatia constituency.
At the constituency level, she served very well with good character and good human relations and ended up becoming the Akwatia constituency women organizer for 8 solid years.
At the national level, she became a deputy national women’s organizer in the year 2012 – 2014.
She is also a member of the National executive council of our great party and a member of the National Council of patrons.
In the year 2016 which was an election year, Madam Kate came out with a group called Women for Change.