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I Am Sorry : I Will Not Do That Again - Kelvin Taylor Tells Supreme Court & Defends Tsatsu Tsikata

By Baddestvirus | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 12576 views

Ghanaian based American insightful Journalist, nonconformist telecaster and host of the With All Due Respect show, Kelvin Ekow Taylor has made a striking affirmation over the decision in court. Kelvin Taylor, a master NDC Journalist has reprimanded the court over its choice. As indicated by Kelvin Taylor, the procedures is nearly one-sided as a gathering keeps on losing each application. 

Talking further, he has showered commends in Mahama and his legitimate group for their strong endeavor to ensure the desire of Ghanaians. He affirms that, he has never had a faith in the Judges since the meeting started. He notwithstanding, enrolled his hatred over how Ghanaians have been taunting Tsatsu Tsikata over his punctuation. As indicated by him, Tsatsu Tsikata has caused an incredible history and must to be praised by the entire country. 

Ghanaians are as yet foreseeing the last decision on the request recorded by Mr. Mahama at the Supreme Court to challenge the eventual outcomes of the last official political decision directed by the EC. Mahama has, since the initiation of the consultation, documented numerous applications to enhance his case under the watchful eye of the Court. 

Recently, the Supreme Court made another intense decision which will clear for the last judgment to be at long last given. Before the sitting, a survey application was documented by the candidate to be allowed a leave to return his case to empower his attorneys to summon the Chairperson of the first Respodent. Tsatsu Tsikata in an optimistic mood mounted a solid protection of the application which was before protested by Laywer Akoto Ampaw and Justin Amenuvor. 

In the decision made by the court, it collectively excused the audit application and maintained the underlying choice. As indicated by the court, the movement does not have any outstanding data that recommends a premature delivery of equity. This advancement came as a terrible news for candidate who may nearly be losing trust. 

Kelvin Taylor responding to this on his broadcast WADR show the previous evening, offered the accompanying expression; 

"This is the means by which far we have come. I should say, I am exceptionally baffled. How might any one trust the judges again when they continue to make surprising decisions. I'm grieved; I will do that once more. Tsatsu Tsikata has presented the defense clear yet it appears to be the Judges comprehend it in an unexpected way." 

"This is a low norm for our country. We will battle for the desire of individuals. We actually have trust in the excess procedures. Ghanaians are knowing and we are observing intently." 

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