Lawyer Anthony Akoto Ampaw Esq is a veteran Ghanaian lawyer and human rights activist. Akoto Ampaw is the head of the legal team who defended Nana Akufo-Addo’s win in the just ended 2020 elections petition at the Supreme Court.
Yesterday, after the supreme court’s verdict on the case, many people praised the legal council of the president for their work and one of those people was Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah who posted a picture of the lead council on his Twitter page with the caption, “salute”.
The minister’s post generated a lot of comments from his followers as well as other Twitter users.
Some fans said that, he did not do anything according to their perspectives, he was aided by the judges to win the case.
Others were also of the view that, his skills were vividly displayed as he performed well during the court case.
Some fans even when on to say that, Lawyer Ampaw could not even express himself with simple English during the court case as they even compared him to Bokum Banku.
What do you think of Lawyer Ampaw’s performance during the case, did he deserve the applause of the minister or do you agree with some of the fans comments? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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