Call Otiko Djaba To Prove Stoning Allegation – J.J. Urges Vetting C’ttee

by | Feb 3, 2017 | Politics | 0 comments

Call the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Women’s Organiser, Ms. Afisah Otiko Djaba to substantiate her allegation against former President John Dramani  Mahama at the Vetting Committee last Monday, John Jinapor has urged the Committee.

According to him, after Otiko Djaba refused to withdraw the insults she said are description of the former president , she again alleged that he also organized some NDC followers to stone  the then presidential candidate Nana Akufo-Addo  at his Nima residence.

Mr John Jinapor, MP, speaking on Metro yesterday  noted that the woman President Akufo-Addo nominated as minister designate for the Ministry of Gender, Women and Social Protection, made the allegation when she insisted she was never going to withdraw any insults heaped on the persona of Ex-President Mahama.

This paper also gathered from amongst Otiko’s followers at the Vetting Committee (VC) that she made the VC believed she has not regretted insulting the former president and any call for her to withdraw could be according to the wish of whoever makes such a demand and not because she wants to.

John Jinapor, who sees Otiko Djaba’s demeanour as not honourable stated that she could not step into the seats of good personalities like the late Gladys Asmah, Nana Oye Lithur amongst other distinguished women in the country

He insisted that the Committee must reinvite  Otiko  Djaba to substantiate her allegations that former president Mahama organised NDC followers to stone the NPP flag bearer now president of Ghana.

 

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