You can't be satisfied with my answer while I have not completed my answer -Tsikata to her lordship
By Kaboregab | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 6719 views
The 2020 presidential election petition in Supreme Court is getting interesting and interesting as lawyers for both sides tries the best to defend their clients.
Today, something funny but at the same time was serious happened in court and what happened burst the whole house into laughing.
When Tsatsu Tsikata was explaining thing to the judges, one of her lordship's asked Tsatsu Tsikata a question and her question led to led to what happened.
Her lordship asked Tsatsu Tsikata whether the affidavit was sworn in before he filed his witness statements.
Tsikata answered and said;
" yes they were, and my lords that have no significance for the reliance of that we place before the court because will.......", he did not explain his point
Her lordship then tells Tsatsu Tsikata that "Mr Tsikata am satisfied with your answer".
"No, you can't be satisfied with my answer. Yes, my lord, you can not be satisfied with my answer when I have not completed my answer.
"I have not completed my answer and your lordship says am satisfied with your answer. That means you are catting me short in giving an answer that will address what underlies your question", Tsatsu Tsikata tells her lordship.
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