I am sincerely sorry – Sosu apologises for profanity at #OccupyBoGProtest


The Member of for Madina Constituency, Francis-Xavier Kojo Sosu, has apologised for his choice of words during Tuesday's #OccupyBoGProtest staged by the .

Mr Sosu came under criticism for his choice of words, which were seen as too profane especially given his occasional mounting of the pulpit to preach the word of God and his standing in society as a Member of Parliament.

“I wish to sincerely apologise for my choice of words during my outburst yesterday, Tuesday, October 3 2023, during the Occupy ,” he began a statement issued on Wednesday, October 4.

“I unreservedly apologize for my actions and words and ask that all those offended would find a place in their hearts to forgive me.”

He conceded he is human “and this only demonstrated the anguish, pain, frustrations and disappointment at the management of the of and at our current state of affairs as a country”.

“I have reflected and realized that though I spoke those words out of anger and extreme provocation, I was completely out of character.

“Hence, consistent with my avowed values, I am sincerely sorry.”

The demonstration ended without the Minority presenting its petition to the Governor of the .

The caucus has, as a result, vowed to return to demonstrate again and present the petition personally to Dr Ernest Yedu Addison.

It is yet to be known of the Madina will join that demonstration.

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