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‘Tit for tat’ – Manti Te’o admits ‘I’m sorry’ for not making a difference for his team

In the wake of the news of his arrest and the subsequent public backlash, Manti Tewoso has admitted that his “tit for thats” comments were not just “a few bad apples” but one that has affected his family.

Speaking to reporters at the news conference in Mombasa on Wednesday, Te’oso acknowledged he “could have done better”.

“I’m very sorry for that,” he said.

“I am very sorry.

I am very humble.”

Te’owoso, who was also charged with assault, has now been released on bail pending a hearing in his domestic violence case.

“I know I could have done more.

I did, I know I should have done,” he told reporters.

“My family, I’m very grateful to them.

They gave me everything.”

He added: “I have to accept that.

I understand that people are mad about me and I understand it.

I’m sorry.”

Te’ososo’s father and brother also appeared before the media on Wednesday and said they were “very sorry” for Te’oa’s arrest and his subsequent detention.

“This is not my son.

This is not our son,” said Te’oan’s father, Oscar Te’ozi.”

The police were called, and they arrested Manti.

They didn’t even have the right to search his house.”

The arrest of Te’awoso and the arrest of his brother prompted a huge public backlash in Nigeria and the African Union, with both countries saying they would take action against him.

The arrest has also sparked a national debate about the treatment of women and racial injustice.

In recent years, Teewosos has faced a number of public accusations of domestic violence.

The elder Te’osi, who has been living in a nursing home for years, said he was “very worried” about his son.

“My son’s family are very angry,” Oscar Teozi told reporters on Wednesday.

“It is very difficult to see your son’s future, but I’m trying to do my best to give him a better future.”

Manti is not only an athlete, but a very good person and I’m really worried about him.

“He’s young and he’s young again, but his family is very worried about his future.”

Teewosoes arrest and subsequent detention have also triggered outrage in Nigeria, with many pointing to the lack of media coverage of the case and the country’s lack of legal protections for women.

“Women in Nigeria have to pay for their husbands to beat them,” Te’obo said.