According to him, he has regretted his actions and he will take full responsibility of what he did.
"There is nothing wrong when you err, you just apologise to the very person you erred against. That is why I said it was an unfortunate incident that happened in the chamber. I am ready to apologise." He said.
"It's just an unfortunate incident that happened, it occurred during a situation that all of us found ourselves in and so if my actions have offended anybody, I will take full responsibility for that and then apologise." He added.
He made these statements on Joy FM.
This comes after the Acting Speaker of Parliament who is also a member of Parliament gave a ruling which didn't favour the minority.
This literary caused what the Ashiaman MP did by dragging out the chair of the speaker. He was first interviewed by Joy News at the Parliament house and the member of Parliament said he doesn't see anything wrong about what he did or anything wrong when he touch the chair of the speaker.
He has however apologised and made it clear that what he did was so wrong.
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