Mahama Ayariga, the member of parliament for Bawku Central, has been caught in another social media storm after the signature on a apology letter he wrote to the speaker of parliament, Mike Oquaye, raised eyebrows.
Ayariga's letter aimed at apologising for his role in an explosive allegation that the energy minister, Boakye Agyarko, bribed some members of parliament with GHC3000 to get them to approve his nomination as minister.
A Joe Ghartey-led committee which investigated the claims concluded that the allegations were false and recommended that Ayariga be made to apologise for his conduct.
A earlier oral apology was deemed unacceptable by the house, compelling Ayariga to write a written one.
However, the written letter was soon caught up in its own controversy, with some members of the public pointing out that the signature looked like the male organ.
It quickly sparked allegations on social media that the signature was Ayariga's way of telling parliament to go to hell.
YEN.com.gh can report, however, that the signature was not meant to ridicule parliament or send a message of defiance in any way.
Press statements that Ayariga issued when he was minister for information under Mahama featured the same signature.
This one from 2013, for instance, had the same signature.
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