Fantana's mother wins NDC Jomoro Parliamentary primaries

Fantana's mother wins NDC Jomoro Parliamentary primaries

- Singer Fantana has congratulated her mother for winning NDC's Jomoro Parliamentary primaries

- The singer's mother's name is Dorcas Nda-Affo Toffey

- The election was held on Saturday, August 24, 2019

On Saturday, August 24, 2019, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) went to the polls to elect their candidates for the 2020 general elections.

The election which took place in all constituencies, saw the likes of Sam George, Kofi Adams, John Dumelo claim resounding wins.

On the day of the election, Ras Mubarak was floored in his constituency's primaries.

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A one-time MP for the constituency which is based in the Northern region lost to Dr Hamza Adams.

However, among the big winners was singer Fantana’s mother, Dorcas Nda-Affo Toffey.

Fantana took to social media to congratulate her mother popularly known as Nzema Yaa Asantewaa.

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Little is known of Dorcas, but the photos YEN.com.gh have sighted show that she is beautiful.

She is not only beautiful but can also boast of nice body features.

YEN.com.gh has gathered that prior to the primaries, she donated a brand new ambulance worth GHC240,000 to the Half Assini Government Hospital in the Jomoro Municipality of the Western region.

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Fantana shot unto the music scene three months ago when she was signed unto Rufftown Records.

She has a single So What and it is receiving massive airplay.

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