- MP for Madina Constituency, Francis-Xavier Sosu, was captured in a heartwarming video with his mum on Mothers' Day
- With his high status as a lawyer and a member of parliament, Francis-Xavier Sosu found no trouble stepping out of his shoes to serve his mom
- Explaining why he was able to do that, the MP said being in power will never change who he is
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Francis-Xavier Sosu, the Member of Parliament for Madina Constituency has warmed many hearts online after sharing a humbling footage of himself with his mother on Mothers' Day.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle, the lawyer was seen running errands for his mother as though he was a little boy tasked to cook with her.
Explaining why he found no trouble performing the gesture, the MP said power is not going to change who he is and cooking with his mother is one of the activities he loves very much.
See the video below:
Below are some of the heartwarming reactions from Ghanaians regarding the beautiful video.
Brother I love you so much, you are an inspiration to many of us, happy mothers day to all mothers across the world especially IN AFRIKA, we all know how it feels to be a mother in this continent of ours, God bless us all
For us saying he should give her a stove, not all mothers esp the indigenous are able to operate. Some fear cos of the possible harm and also from what they’ve seen from gas explosions. My granny is a classical example, she even prefers this to coal potRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughing
@yhyshk amazingly said:
Wait wait wait, did you just read and liked my post? I reserved my statement about you, I was soo stunned that I could only say "well done" but since you liked those few words, lemme express my self properly. You are a great person. I'm not into politics but you gained my deep1/2
Away from that, former President of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama, has been named by the African Union (AU) as its High Representative to Somalia.
According to a report by DW Africa, the former Ghanaian Head of State is being tasked to do well to resolve the extreme political crisis that exists in the nation of Somalia.
This comes on the back of Somalia experiencing heightened tension regarding its next election as the incumbent president, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, had the resolution to extend his term of office by another two years.
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