The 2020 election petition has now become one of the historical political events in the country so far as the two major political parties in the countries are concerned, National Democratic Congress and New Patriotic Party. For some months now, the attention of Ghanaians have been diverted from the election petition. However, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw, one of the NPP tagged lawyers, raised the issue of the 2020 petition again on the "Mmra Ne Abrabo Mu Nsem " On Wontumi TV .
Lawyer Maurice revealed that Tsatsu Tsikata loosed the petition because he quoted the bible rather than quoting the law. Prior to this bold but controversial statement, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw was speaking on the recent Anglican Priest "kissing issue". He explained that most of the pastors nowadays think that they are above the law. Thus, they do things that are contrary to the law. He went ahead to share that the constitution was not made based on bible precepts or beliefs thus those who use the Bible to do bad things must desist from it.
"The bible is not the law. If you think I am lying, go and ask Tsatsu Tsikata. He quoted the bible and loosed the election petition", Maurice Ampaw.
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