The Member of Parliament (MP) for Madina, Francis Xavier Sosu has issued a press release to apologise for his outburst during the #OccupyBoG protest on Tuesday, October 3.
Speaking to journalists during the protest, the Minority MP used vulgar words that had to be censored by the media before publication.
Amid criticism from the Ghanaians, Francis Xavier Sosu has apologised to the public.
According to him, his outburst and use of unprintable words were due to the pain and frustration he is feeling from the misgovernance of the current government.
“I wish to sincerely apologize for my choice of words during my outburst yesterday, Tuesday, October 3, 2023, during the Occupy BOG Demonstration.
“I unreservedly apologize for my actions and words and ask that all those offended would find a place in their hearts to forgive me. I am human and this only demonstrated the anguish, pain, frustrations, and disappointment at the management of the Bank of Ghana, and at our current state of affairs as a country,” Francis Xavier Sosu said in his statement.
The Madina MP continued, “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.”