Recently, public opinion has been going online to learn about the case of Ghanaian journalist Abeiku Santana. The public is taking to the internet to know more about it. They are all looking for him and about his problem as it is spreading on the internet. Everyone took to the internet to know why he asked for forgiveness from Pizzaman’s CEO. In this article, we will provide detailed information about him. Not only that, we also provide information about the ongoing viral news about him and Pizzaman to our readers. Read through the article to know more.
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Famous Ghanaian journalist and broadcaster Abeiku Santana has apologized profusely to Christian Boakye Yidorm, CEO of Pizzaman, after criticizing him for arresting two workers. Abeiku Santana apologized for his strong language and criticized the CEO’s choice of his own business in the video message. He said his previous comments were the result of an emotional outburst. He publicly apologized to Pizzaman CEO for his previous comments about the arrest of two male employees during his daily broadcasts. After stealing boxes of chicken and vegetable oil from the business, these people were convicted and sentenced to 5 years in prison.
Abeiku Santana meekly admitted that, given his current emotional state, he was in no position to give an opinion on the subject. He realized that Christian, the CEO, was the best person to decide what was best for the business and its operations. Consider his past comments. Abeiku Santana expressed regret for challenging the CEO’s behavior and admitted his error. He explicitly apologized for implying that the CEO should have taken the value of the stolen goods from his employees’ wages. He sincerely asked Christian Boakye Yiadom for forgiveness. The apology video received a mixed reception from the public.
Some Ghanaians praised their willingness to accept responsibility for their mistakes and emphasized the need to appreciate the efforts of others and respect their authority at work. However, others continue to doubt the sincerity of the apology, believing that outside influences may have influenced it. The wisdom of carefully considering your words before apologizing, especially to the elderly, was also mentioned in a comment. Another person made an interesting comment that the apology sounded forced and hinted at their continued support of the CEO. Those who criticized the CEO were questioned by Nana Kwame Dwobeng, who argued as such before delivering judgment.