The National Democratic Congress (NDC) vociferous member on the airwaves, Hon. Ama Benyiwa Doe has denied her constituency ex-chairman's allegation that the Gomoa West constituency's inability to get its share of the National cake was due to her inability to cooperate with the Gomoa DCE and the central regional Minister, respectively.
The “iron lady” who has in recent times, been nicknamed 'Gomoa Yaa Asantewah', has also denied saying schools were built at places where there were people, an act which explains why some towns lack schools. According to Benyiwah Doe, she interacts with both Joyce Aidoo and Isaac Edumadze more often than the Gomoa East NPP MP, Mr Sam Quarm.
“If we meet at functions, we dance “aboa kokotiba” together”, she stressed. She therefore described the allegation by her ex-chairman, Mr Joe Donkor as false and attempt to throw dust into the eyes of the people as well as to tarnish her reputation. Look, I am proud daughter of Gomoa, and I would continue to project the image of Gomoa wherever I go, therefore none of these hallucinations would prevent my chances of winning another term, she reiterated.
Mr Joe Donkor, who announced his resignation from the NDC in May this year was alleged to have addressed a public gathering in the constituency where he leveled the allegation against the iron lady of Gomoa