- Kennedy Agyapong's baby mama, Moira Dawson-Williams has apologised to him
- According to Dawson-Williams, her words against Kennedy Agyapong weren't the best
- She took to Facebook to apologise to the MP
Our manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in
Kennedy Agyapong's baby mama Moira Dawson-Williams has released an emotional apology letter to the MP on Father's Day.
Dawson-Williams, who is the mother of Anell, has regretted her action after insulting Kennedy Agyapong following the MP's live interview disgracing their daughter for going wayward.
As reported, Anell took advantage of the Father's Day celebration to apologise to Kennedy Agyapong for going wayward.
Anell admitted that her 'waywardness' had brought her father's image into disrepute. She thus implored him to forgive her.
She also prayed that her father would find her worthy as a daughter, have mercy and help deliver her from herself.
"My waywardness has become the cause of your ridicule, which can tarnish your integrity and image, and I implore your forgiveness. I've made better choices now and will continue to. "
Now, Dawson-Williams has joined her daughter to apologise to Kennedy Agyapong
According to Dawson-Williams, her words she used on Kennedy Agyapong weren't the best.
She wrote, "Dear Ken, Please accept my apology as I feel contrite about my reaction to your utterances regarding our daughter. I know my behaviour was deprived of decorum, and I am sorry.
I feel awful and admit that, irrespective of whatever my reasons were, I could have done better. Unfortunately, I cannot alter what I did, but I can assure you that, it will never happen again.
Kindly accept my apology. Moira."
See post below:
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a story of Moira coming to the defense of Kennedy Agyapong.
According to Dawson-Williams, many people have contacted her to help them destroy Kennedy Agyapong after the latter disgraced their daughter, Anell, on live radio.
Ghanaian female accounting graduate and mushroom farmer recounts her experience | #Yencomgh
Have national and human interest issues to discuss? Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition?
Your stories and photos are always welcome. Get interactive via our Facebook page.