Her vetting was arguably one of the most talked about, due to volatile statements she made last year during the election campaign and her approval was left hang
Aside the fact that she is one of the most beautiful ministerial nominees in the Akufo-Addo led government, Otiko's relationship with the former president, John
The approval of Otiko as minister was one of the most heated moments in parliament as minority members boycotted proceedings threatening to follow the matter
Central regional chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Allotey Jacobs has revealed on Peace FM that Otiko's attitude is worrying
The Minority has said that despite getting the majority votes to push her approval forward, Otiko Djaba will not be recognized by them as a Minister of State.
He wondered if the claims that the NDC also did the same in their tenure also makes it valid for the same cycle to repeat this time around.
Parliament is set to finally settle on Otiko Djaba's ministerial approval later Tuesday, and it is expected to be quite the debate.
Otiko Djaba sparked heightened debate during her vetting where she revealed that she did not do her national service all because she was out of the country
The legislator noted that he would take court action if the nomination of minister-designate Otiko Afisa Djaba is approved by parliament
Adwoa Safo noted that the NDC had no moral right to now be arguing with the lack of a national service as a ground of disapproval for Otiko Djaba.
Parliament’s Appointments Committee has recommended for approval five ministers-designate vetted within the past couple of days.
Otiko Djaba appeared before the vetting committee on Tuesday, and made headlines after for her refusal to offer an apology to former President Mahama
The Majority in Parliament have reportedly approved the nomination of Otiko Afisa Djaba as Minister for Gender and social protection, later to be sworn in by th
Anita De Sosoo, has taken it upon herself to apologise on behalf of Otiko Afisa Djaba, for comments made about the former president John Dramani Mahama.
“He has the heart of the devil,” Otiko said of the former President.
Otiko Djaba the Gender, Children and Social protection Minister designate has denied claims that she insulted the EC boss during the 2016 election period
Otiko Djaba reveals the NPP is beginning a oneweek prayer and fasting to deliver their flagbearer from the evil and demonic machinations of the NDC
The comments by the Assin Central MP has been roundly condemned Many civil society groups and women advocates have spoken against the misogynistic claim