- Otiko Djaba and Bugri Naabu last week were engaged in scathing verbal clashes
- Sam Yelly, the former High Commisioner to India said Otiko will remain guilty of the murder allegations in his eyes until the matter is resolved
- He believes the apologies by both feuding politicians is not enough to erase the allegations
Sam Pee Yally, a former High Commissioner to India has said the Gender Minister will remain culpable to the murder allegations recently spewed against her, unless proven otherwise by the national security agencies.
According to him, following the recent feud between Otiko Djaba and the New Patriotic Party Northern Regional chairman, Bugri Naabu, Otiko remains guilty of the accusations made against her by Naabu, until the matter has been probed and resolved by the appropriate agencies.
Speaking on Radio Gold's Alhaji and Alhaji last Saturday, Mr. Yalley stated, "…until this matter is settled Otiko Djaba will remain in my mind as a murderer forever…I do not think that apology can erase the allegation of murder. It is in the interest of both Otiko and Bugri Naabu to face an enquiry to clear their name…"
Sam Pee Yalley made these remarks just days after the NPP settled on the sanctions to be placed on the Gender Minister, Otiko Djaba and Bugri Naabu, the NPP Northern Regional Chairman.
The two politicians were ordered to render their apologies to the country in writing after their verbal clash, with each side spewing scathing remarks about the other.
Otiko Djaba had accused the NPP chairman of accepting bribes in the form of livestock with the promise of offering incentives from the government.
Mr. Naabu refuted her claims and then alleged that Otiko Djaba conspired with the current Upper East Regional Minister, Rockson Bukari in the death of the former Upper East Regional Chairman of the NPP, Adams Mahama.
Their feud was heavily criticized by the opposition and the general public, with calls for an investigation into the allegations by Bugri Naabu.
The NPP national council further ordered all party members in ministerial positions to resign from their posts, while defending their sanctions on the feuding politicians.
According to them, Otiko-Bugri apology is not satisfactory enough for the citizenry. The further accused the NPP of trying to bury the allegations brought forth by Bugri Naabu over the death of the late Adams Mahama.
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