I owe Mahama no apology – Otiko Djaba

Gender Minister-designate, Otiko Afisa Djaba has indicated that she owes former President John Mahama no apology for some unsavory comments she made about him.

According to her, she criticized former president Mahama but did not insult him.

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Prior to the 2016 general election, Otiko Afisa Djaba is reported to have made some unsavory comments about former President Mahama.

She said “John Mahama and the NDC are very wicked, incompetent and desperate and do not deserve another four years in office. The eight years of economic mismanagement is enough and I encourage Ghanaians to say no to the NDC at the December 7 polls and bring in Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.”

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Again, speaking to electorates at Asawase in the Ashanti region, she admonished the electorates to vote against President Mahama because his time was up.

According to her, the president does not care about the welfare of Ghanaians.

“President Mahama’s time is up… President Mahama is extremely wicked and so he must step down. We need change, we need someone is is passionate about this country. You have to vote massively for Nana Akufo Addo. We need change this year. Your time is up President Mahama.

Speaking at the vetting committee, she said, “I owe former President John Mahama no apology… The President is my brother and I spoke from my conviction”.

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