Ghana MP Apologizes To Man Utd’s Harry Maguire For Strange Parliament Incident

Harry Maguire

Ghanaian MP Isaac Adongo reverses criticism of Harry Maguire after unfavorably comparing him to the African nation’s vice-president Mahamudu Bawumia.

In December last year, Adongo mocked Maguire in the Ghanaian parliament while targeting his political rival.

Recaps on what Adongo said during a budget address directed at Bawumia:

‘There is a player like you in the United Kingdom in England called Maguire that is playing for Manchester United.

‘He became the biggest threat at the centre of Manchester United’s defence, tackling his own players and giving assists to opponents.

‘Even when the opponents failed to score, Maguire would score for them.’

Adongo added that Bawumia ‘is now tackling all the fundamentals of our economy and destroying all of them’.

But speaking on the floor of parliament on Tuesday,

Adongo issued an apology to Maguire and described the former Manchester United captain as a ‘transformational footballer’.


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Adongo said:

‘If you remember last year I was very quick to compare Mahamudu Bawumia to Harry Maguire.’

‘Mr Speaker I now apologise Harry Maguire.

‘Mr Chairman, you got very angry when I used your defender as an example.

Today Maguire has turned the corner, he’s a transformational footballer.

Harry Maguire is now scoring goals for Manchester United.

‘Mr Speaker Harry Maguire is now a key player for Manchester United, as for our Maguire, he is now roaming at the high heavens with a cup in hand.

‘As for our Maguire [Bawumia], the economic Maguire, he was able to get pensioners to leave their homes and come and parade in the streets.’

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