– Lawyer Francis-Xavier Sosu has wowed many Ghanaians with his determination and inspirational story
– What is more inspiring is the fact that the MP-elect for Madina Constituency is a very passionate family man
– The MP-elect won the parliamentary seat after beating incumbent MP Saddique Boniface
Marriage-chronicles.com has come across lovely family photos of Member of Parliament-elect for Madina Constituency, Lawyer Francis-Xavier Sosu which have left many awed.
One of the photos showed the MP beaming with smiles as he posed with his beautiful wife and their three adorable children.
From the photos, one can clearly see that the newly elected Member of Parliament is very much particular about his family and shows them matchless love whenever he gets the chance
Lawyer Francis-Xavier Sosu is married to a very industrious woman and they both have two sons and a daughter.
The National Democratic Congress MP and his wife have been married for the past nine years and it is evident that Mrs Sosu is a very supportive wife and mother.
In a new video sighted by Marriage-chronicles.com on Instagram, the new entrant into parliament recounted how he had to struggle through life while squatting at the Malata Market in Accra.
He revealed how he had to push trucks and “sell everything sellable” just to be able to get some money to get by in life.
According to the NDC MP-elect for Madina, even when he was elected as the Boys’ Prefect of St John’s Grammar Senior High School, he had to walk for miles to beg for money to be able to get to school.
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At some point in his life, fate shone upon him and he got adopted into an orphanage. It was there that he got some educational sponsorship and went on to become a Human Rights lawyer.
The MP-elect said after passing out, he had a strong conviction to give back to society by helping others who found themselves in the same position he found himself.