I am very disappointed: Tsatsu Tsikata and others wrote 'Sakawa' Constitution for Ghanaians - Afrifa
Katakyie Afrifa Mensah descend heavily on one of the prominent Lawyers in Ghana by Name Tsatsu Tsikata. Tsatsu Tsikata is one of the leading Lawyers who stood the grounds for the National Democratic Congress NDC in their 2020 Election petition at Supreme Court. Speaking on Abrana show, Katakyie Afrifa Mensah boldly stated that, Tsatsu Tsikata is one of the prominent Lawyers who took part to write the 1992 Constitution for Ghana.
Katakyie Afrifa Mensah descended hard on Tsatsu Tsikata, one of Ghana's most distinguished lawyers. Tsatsu Tsikata is a famous lawyer who defended the National Democratic Congress NDC in their Supreme Court case for the 2012 and 2020 election. Tsatsu Tsikata is one of the notable lawyers that participated in the writing of Ghana's 1992 Constitution, according to Katakyie Afrifa Mensah on the Abrana show.
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The Loud Silence Media and TV, which is popularly seen with the loud mouthed foreign based Ghanaian journalist Kelvin Taylor, has sent a message this Monday evening, through its social media handle, to certain groups of lawyers he described as believed to be affiliated to the NDC.
The Ghanaian US based investigative journalist, Kevin Ekow Taylor had alleged that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is planning on how to disgrace some NDC lawyers in the country. Kevin Taylor in a message shared today, Monday, 13th September, 2021 alleged that NDC lawyers should be careful as moving forward with NPP government.
The Bible Is Not The Law. Go And Ask Tsatsu Tsikata: Maurice Ampaw On The "Anglican Priest Kiss Saga
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.
Committee of Enquiry's Chairman, Agrees With Tsatsu Tsikata That, "Justice Must Not Be Fast-tracked"
In this viral video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCg2fwA70tw, renowned Justice and Academic, Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata, had asserted to the panel of the Highest Court in Ghana that, "Justice cannot be rushed." Counsel for the petitioner in the ongoing 2020 Presidential Election Petition, Tsatsu Tsikata, had therefore told the Supreme Court that much as the court may want to stick to the timelines specified in C.I 99 for the adjudication of election petitions, it should not be done in disregard of justice.
Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata, has expressed respect and much love, for the songs of the VGMA Artist of the Year, Deaconess Diana Hamilton, as according to him, Diana Hamilton, is one of his favourite gospel artists in the music industry, as he frequently loves to listen to her songs and said that the song of Gospel musician Diana Hamilton titled “Adom” has made a lot of impact on a lot of people.
Inarguably, many legal practitioners are doing their possible best to make the Ghanaian legal profession a very vibrant and priceless one. Each time we talk about the law, the name of one legal personality runs through our mind. Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata needs to be given the necessary acknowledgement and recognition in this very discussion because he has, through his tireless commitment and efforts trained several lawyers and judges in the country.
Apologies for diverting on this first paragraph, permit me, just to make a point. I am very conversant with the word "familiar" and trust me, if it wasn't the most recent Supreme Court hearing on the just ended elections, when Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata, wanted the apex courts judges, to permit his now famous "Mahama's 12 interrogatories," which also alleged a "familial" relationship between Rebecca Akuffo Addo and the EC Chair, Lawyer Jean Mensah Adukwei, the later word, was unknown to me, in my adult life.
A senior member of the opposition National Democratic Congress, Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata has descended heavily on president Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo. The seasoned legal practitioner was speaking about the recent burning of excavators by the Akufo-Addo led NPP government. The government has decided to set excavators on fire anytime they are seen on or near any galamsey site.
In todays article, I will show you the number and names of Ghanaian well known celebrities whose either Father or Mother are into politics or have been into politics before. Life is very complicated to understand it ways. Many of celebrities came from a very hard and difficult families before working hard to grace the family whiles some too came from already well structured family like these celebrities am about to talk.
The celebrated Ghanaian academic and lawyer, Tsatsu Tsikata has disclosed that he really patronizes his son’s music. According to him, out of all the classics M.anifest has produced, Makaa Maka is his favourite. He revealed in an interview on the CitiTv Upside Down segment with Frema Adunyame and Nana Tuffour Boateng.
Legal luminary Tsatsu Tsikata has described as “a serious allegation” the calling of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as the “mother serpent of corruption” Former Special Prosecutor Martin Amidu described President Akufo-Addo as such after accusing him of interfering with his work. It was contained in his resignation letter, complaining about the determined effort by the president to block him from investigating his Finance Minister and cousin Ken Ofori-Atta in the botched Agyapa deal.
The communication officer or director for the National Democratic Congress NDC is very popular in Ghana as well in the party he belongs. Sammy Gyamfi has become a good role model to a lot of youth in our motherland Ghana. Today being Thursday 24th June 2021, Sammy Gyamfi has finally reveals all hidden facts or achievement of Tsatsu Tsikata on his Official social media account.
Here are some Famous Ghanaians you never knew shared relations! The apple definitely does not fall too far from the tree! Judging by their striking resemblance and mutual love for music, it becomes clear that the two are definitely related. While Nana Acheampong won the hearts of many in the 80s and 90s with his hit songs such as “Anka 3b3y3 d3n?” and “Obaatanpa”, Gyakie is making solid waves in contemporary times with back to back hits traveling beyond the coast of Ghana.
Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata, the Lead Counsel for former President John Dramani Mahama, in the election 2020 petition, has described the burning of excavators at the illegal mining sites as ‘nonsense’. According to Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata, the government’s directive to the military task force to burn all mining equipment being used for illegal mining sites is unlawful… adding that; “a government particularly, has to show respect for the law, you don’t presume people guilty before you go through any process”.
Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata, who has successfully made a name for himself, as one of few Ghanaian legal luminaries, may have brought the debate as to whether Gospel artist and Deaconess of the Pentecost Church, in the UK, Diana Hamilton, is truly deserving of her award and recognition as Ghana's artist for the year.
News trending in the country has it that chief Justice of Ghana's supreme court, Anin Yeboah's name has popped up in a $5 million dollar alleged bribe and Ghanaians have reacted massively to the issue with different opinions which is so shocking to a lot of people in the country.
Tsatsu Tsikata, a legal luminary, believes that those leading the FixTheCountry campaign cannot be said to be speaking for or against any political party. He insists that the concerns expressed are issues that affect all Ghanaians. As a result, they must be addressed. His remark came in response to questions from students at Central University's Faculty of Law about whether the dreaded culture of silence has returned.