Sen. Abbo’s apology lack sincerity, shows arrogance – Kate Henshaw
Senator Abbo has been able to successfully join the league of the most trending personality on social media in the past few days after his show down in a sex toy store located in Abuja. The fight which was captured by the store CCTV camera shows the embattled senator repeatedly slapped a nursing mother, just for appealing to him……… to take it easy.
Shortly after the video was released, Nigerians has been calling for the immediate arrest of the senator for such a barbaric act, the senate President yesterday, quickly delve into the matter, set up a committee to look into the case before it blown out of proportion.
Abbo, at a media briefing in Abuja on Wednesday apologized to the nursing mother he assaulted.
The senator who represents Adamawa North claimed that he has never been known or associated with assault in the past.
He blamed it on anger and said he was sincerely sorry.
Abbo broke down in tears as he pleaded that Nigerians, men and women should forgive him, added that the backlash he faced so far has taught him a lesson as a private citizen and a public officer.
But it all seems some could read a different meaning to Abbo Elisha Apology. Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw has dismissed the apology offered by embattled Sen. Elisha Abbo over the assault of a nursing mother in a sex toy shop in Abuja as insincere and mere show of arrogant.
The actress, who took to her Instagram handle @henshawkate to express her mind on the apology, said it was irrelevant.
“Your supposed apology smacks of arrogance, Elisha Abbo! You said “no matter what she did to me”, what did she do except tell you to take it easy. Your supposed apology is very insincere.
You were caught in your own lie. You went to prepare a robust response and came back with this hogwash of an apology.
“We must as a people see things to a logical conclusion, examples must be made, impunity in any form, from anyone is unacceptable,” she said.to
Why the committee as been given two weeks to carryout their investigation and report back, many Nigerian has continued to call for serious sanction and ensure justice prevails.
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