Mahama Is My Brother But He Is Extremely Wicked! – Otiko Djaba

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This is not the first time Otiko Djaba has described Mahama as wicked…

The National Women’s Organizer of the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), Otiko Afisa Djaba, has once again reiterated her description of President John Mahama as wicked.

Madam Otiko Djaba made these comments at Asawase in the Ashanti Region while speaking to party supporters. According to Madam Djaba, President Mahama does not feel the pains of Ghanaians and therefore does not deserve another tenure in office.

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Albeit coming from the same place with Mahama, Otiko Djaba has always hurled harsh criticisms at the president as well as appealing to both her people and all Ghanaians to vote against him in this year’s elections. This is however, not the first time that Madam Djaba is saying that President Mahama is wicked. She previously made same comments during a rally in Tamale on 31st August, 2016.

Madam Djaba stressed that the President does not genuinely care about the welfare of Ghanains and for this reason, it is time to vote him out. She presented the party’s flag bearer, Nana Akufo-Addo as the candidate who is really careful about the development of Ghana and the well being of the people.



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She urged the masses to vote out Mahama, replacing him with Nana Addo who is passionate about Ghana. She stated without mincing words that President Mahama’s time is up, adding that he is extremely wicked and must step down. Otiko Djaba stressed that Mahama has to step down for Nana Addo to take over the leadership of the country.

President Mahama’s time is up…President Mahama is extremely wicked and so he must step down. We need change. We need someone who 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, she reiterated.

We can recall that Otiko Djaba is not the first person who has said that President Mahama does not feel the pain and sufferings of Ghanaians.  The party’s leader, Nana Addo has stated on several ccasions that Mahama does not feel the pain of the people. He once wondered if the President is actually living in the same Ghana with the people, considering the kind of comments he usually makes.

He had urged the people then, to utilise the opportunity they have this year to eradicate suffering and hardship in Ghana by voting in a competent government. Nana Addo assures Ghanaians that if the NPP takes over the mantle, Ghana will be restored to the path of prosperity and progress.