Otiko Afisa Djaba says it is time for the NPP to seek God's guidance because the mêlée in the party is not ordinary.
Otiko Afisa Djaba, National Women's Organizer of the main opposition New Patriotic Party (NPP), has declared that she is the mother of the party.
Her comment comes on the heels surrounding the sudden demise of its Upper East Regional Chairman.
She said she is convinced demonic forces seeking the down fall of the party have thrown a “spiritual bomb at the NPP” adding that "there are enemies around us."
In an interview with Citi FM, she said "this is the time to seek God's guidance and counsel to ensure that when there is grieve, there is anguish, there is pain in your house, as we have experience from the death of our brother, Adams."
She quoted Matthew 2:18 from the Bible to buttress her point that "We (NPP) are crying for Adams who is dead and for the wife and children of Adams..., we are crying for NPP to represent the voice of women."
"NPP is not dead, our beloved brother has died and mourning the grieve, we must stand together.
She, however, said the mêlée in the party is not ordinary.
Otiko Djaba cautioned their political opponents not to gloat over the NPP’s problems because it is short lived.
She appealed to party members to stay calm and peaceful and stop doing things that would worsen the already volatile situation.