Minority chief whip, Muntanka Mubarak has apologised over his altercation with colleague lawmaker Kennedy Agyapong on Wednesday.
Muntaka Mubarak and the Assin Central MP on Wednesday traded insults following Mr Mubarak’s referral of Mr Agyapong to the Privileges Committee of Parliament over his comments prior to the murder of undercover journalist Ahmed Hussein-Suale.
The two MPs were captured on tape and camera insulting each other, a scene that has infuriated Ghanaians.
Mr Agyapong He hurled insults at the Asawase MP upon seeing him at the Speaker’s lobby.
He called him a thief and quizzed why he was sacked as a minister under the late Mills’ era.
In return, Mr Mubarak called Mr Agyapong a drug dealer. The heated exchanges between the duo moved from the lobby onto the floor of the chamber where some colleagues intervened.
Mr Mubarak speaking to the media said he was remorseful over his behaviour.
“I feel very bad about what has happened. Two wrongs cannot make a right. No matter the provocation one should be restrained.
“I’m really very sorry about what happened yesterday. I really wish it didn’t happen. I pray that this never happens again,” he said.