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Politics of Monday, 21 November 2016

Source: ultimatefmonline.com

Otiko Djaba is emotionally confused - NDC

The assistant National Democratic Congress (NDC) Constituency Secretary for Bole-Bamboi, Mr Abudulai Iddisah has described the New Patriotic Party (NPP) National Women’s Organiser Otiko Afisah Djaba as an emotionally confused person for saying President Mahama is violent and irresponsible.

Madam Otiko reportedly jabbed the president after some youth of the NDC allegedly hurled stones at Nana Akufo-Addo’s residence at Nima; accusing him of being behind the incident.

Speaking on Bole-based Nkilgi Fm, Mr Iddisah said that was not the first time Otiko has said something despicable and untrue about President Mahama.

According to him, Otiko Djaba in a reaction to President Mahama’s State of the Nations Address to Parliament in February, 2016 said; “Mahama has the face of an angel but the heart of a devil; all he cares about is how to win power”.

The Deputy NDC scribe explained that after Kennedy Agyapong made a frivolous allegation that the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission (EC) secured her job by granting sexual favours to President John Mahama, Otiko jumped in and said the matter should be investigated.

He said Otiko’s tantrums smack of nothing but jealousy because she is a sister to Mrs Joyce Bawa Mogtari who is the National NDC Campaign Spokesperson a position that has made her the face of NDC.

“Otiko cannot withstand the fact that her sister is far ahead of her in terms of politics now”, Jalilu said.

According to him, Otiko is simply struggling to be recognized in NPP because they do not trust her and that she is being used and would be dumped very soon.

Mr Abudulai Iddisah also described Nana Akufo-Addo as the most violent politician in Ghana a situation Otiko and her party has failed to convince Ghanaians.

“Talking about violence, every Ghanaian knows who is violent between Nana Akufo-Addo and President Maham”, Iddisah compared .

He therefore entreated the NPP candidate for Bole- Bamboi Madam Alele Herming to stop contradicting herself in her campaigns.

“During a campaign at Mandari told the people of Bole-Bamboi not to vote President John Dramani Mahama on family and ethnic reasons but went ahead to say she is from Bole and so the people must vote for her too”, he alleged.