Social media rejects Ayisi-Boateng's apology

Social media rejects Ayisi-Boateng's apology

Ghana's High Commissioner to the Republic of South Africa (RSA), Mr. George Ayisi-Boateng's written apology seems to have fallen on deaf dears as more Ghanaians are still calling for the diplomat's dismissal.

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Social media rejects Ayisi-Boateng's apology

George Ayisi-Boateng

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Ghana's High Commissioner to South Africa, Mr. George Ayisi Boateng's comment much reported comment regarding giving priority to NPP members definitely got the diplomat into some very hot, prompting the diplomat who first stubbornly refused to apologize to be summoned to the Flagstaff House.

Faced with an unhappy Ghanaian populace and a summoning to the Presidency, Mr. Ayisi-Boateng has recanted his comments and rendered an unqualified apology in via a written statement signed by himself.

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But now it appears as though a simple written apology from the diplomat may not turn out to be the "get out of jail free card" that he hoped it would be. With Mr. George Ayisi-Boateng still trending on Ghanaian social media, a great deal of Ghanaians online are still clamoring for the diplomat's head to roll.

Checkout more comments concerning Mr. Ayisi-Boateng's apology:

A sign of Ghanaian attitudes...

Still at post...

Fired and resign...

A blemish...

Animal farm policy...

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If only...

Apology not enough...

In all fairness, the above comments may represent a majority, but are not representative of all the comments on social media. Regardless of Mr. Ayisi-Boateng's apology, a god deal of Ghanaians still support the diplomat's initial stance on the issue.

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