A member of the Volta Regional communications team of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Supremo Tetteh is of the view that, an investigation by the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ), will settle the fracas between Gender Minister Otiko Djaba and Northern regional Chairman Bugri Naabu.
According to him, Ghanaians will have doubts following the allegation leveled against the latter that, he takes cows and goats from people and promise to give them positions.
Meanwhile, Bugri Naabu has also launched an attack on Otiko Djaba accusing her of having a hand in the death of the late Adams Mahama the late NPP’s Upper East regional chairman.
He suggested that if CHRAJ fails to institute independent investigations to ascertain the facts, it will smack the integrity and incorruptible nature of the president.
The two senior party members have in the past three days launched scathing attacks against each other with serious allegations some of which borders on criminality being made in the media.
But speaking to rainbowradioonline.com before the party gagged it members from making any further comments on the matter, he called for calm and advised the two to exercise caution in their utterances.