The Lebanese supervisor at the centre of the Marwako assault case, Jihad Chaaban has finally apologised to Ghanaian subordinate he splashed pepper onto her face.
“I wish very sincerely to personally apologise to you for the incident on the night of 26 February 2017 at our Ablenkpe place of work,” Mr Chaaban said in an apology letter dated March 5, 2017.
Chaaban also added in his letter that his action has marred the reputation of the company and the lady, Evelyn Boakye.
He also used the apology letter to deny rumours that he attempted to bribe Boakye to shut up on the issue.
“Please don’t feel I have any hatred for you because you got the police to arrest me and I have to face prosecution and disciplinary proceedings at the same time. I also regret that you may have felt the transport money I gave you was intended to stop you from taking any action. I take my suspension in good faith because of what happened, which has not only hurt you but also brought such embarrassment to the company we both gave our best to give it the excellent reputation it enjoys.
“Once again, without prejudice, I very sincerely regret the incident and apologise to you,” he pleaded.
Read full letter below: