The Member of parliament for the good people of Assin North is currently having an issue at Ghana's supreme Court. It happens that Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata is representing the embattled member of parliament James Gyakye Quayson. Even though the Supreme court is yet to give the final judgement to the case. But Oliver Barker Osagyefo Vormawor has delivered a bold message to Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata. This particular message from Oliver Osagyefo Barker has attracted a lot of reactions from Ghanaians because, the message is unexpected. How can Oliver tell Tsatsu Tsikata that he is not going to win the case at Supreme Court?.
According to Oliver Barker Osagyefo Vormawor, it will be easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle but it will be very difficult for Lawyer TsatsubTsikata to win the case. "It will be easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needles than for Tsatsu Tsikata, despite his industry, to win in this Supreme court as composed". - Oliver Stated on his Official Facebook page.
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