Change Your Wig, It Has Lost Its Identity - Supreme Court Judge Tells Akoto Ampaw
By Building_house | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 6 views
The supreme court today was threw into laughter during the ongoing election petition as one of the panel judges, JusticeSamuel Marful Sau advised the counsel for the 2nd respondent, lawyer Akoto Ampaw o change his wig because it was too old and has lost it's identity.
Lawyer Akoto Ampaw in his submission to oppose the motion by the petitioner to reopen his case received an advice from justice Marful Sau to change his wig because it has lost its identity
"Mr Akoto Ampaw, I think you should change your wig, it has lost its identity as a wig" the judge said as the entire court room threw into laughter.
The even most hilarious moment was after the warning, Ampaw took off the wig, looked at it critically and kept it on again and replied to the judge that the wig gives it a unique identity
Meanwhile, hearing is supposed to continue tomorrow 16th February,2021 for the supreme to make its final verdict to allow the Petitioner to open a new case.
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