Feminism Franklin Cudjoe apologises after calling NPP ladies 'smelly'

Franklin Cudjoe described two NPP ladies as "over used and possibly smelly".

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President of Policy think tank Imani Ghana Franklin Cudjoe has apologised after tagging two female supporters of the opposition New Patriotic Party as “overused and possibly smelly.”

Cudjoe came under attack on social media after he described the ladies as such.

 

However, Franklin Cudjoe apologised in a Facebook post explaining that he and Hughes joke a lot.

 

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But he was quick to add that some of their inside joke may come across as serious to others and therefore “I am deeply sorry.”

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