Private legal practioner, lawyer Martin Kpebu has retracted and apologized for his comments against President Akufo-Addo yesterday on JoyNews Weekly current affairs program, Newsfile.
During the show on JoyNews TV and radio, the private legal practioner made some comments that suggest that, the President is part of a criminal syndicate at the seat of Presidency.
The topic under discussion was the recent corruption index released by the Commission on human rights and administrative justice (CHRAJ) and other State institutions.
Barely 24 hours after his comments, lawyer Martin Kpebu has retracted and apologized for his comments against the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
The retraction and apology which is published on myjoyonline.com states that, he wish to apologize and retract for his expression purpting to connect the President of the Republic to crime.
This will be a welcoming news to some section of Ghanaians who described his comments as unfortunate, especially coming from a lawyer like Martin Kpebu.
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