Tsatsu Tsikata & Akuffo Addo
Tsatsu Tsikata (born 1 October 1950) is a Ghanaian academic and lawyer. He is also a former Chief Executive of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation./5
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For this Christmas, I wish you the patience of Late Atta Mills, the forgiving heart of Late Nelson Mandela, the ambition of Vicky Hammah, the persistence of Benony Tony Amekudzi, the audacity of Odike, the confidence of Tony Lithur, the Brilliance of Tsatsu Tsikata, the determination of Akuffo Addo, the favour of John Mahama, the courage of Afari Gyan, the on-the-job knowledge of Asiedu Nketia as in elections and the firmness of Justice Atuguba. May you inherit a throne like Alan Cash and be promoted like Amissah Arthur. You will live life to the fullest, not All-Die-Be-Die, from this day onward. We are Moving Forward and God has made you part of His Better World Agenda. May God provide you with both FREE and QUALITY Blessings; and protect your house even more than the special forces. May your enemies be dragged to God's Court, for the battle is the Lord's. May all their plans against you be dismissed like the frivolous 2012 Presidential Election petition. May any objection raised against your success an ...
So Ken Kuranchie exposed Atta akyea dat, he is not a good lawyer. Addison also proves that, all lawyers from Akuffo Addo chambers are only trained to argue with judges.
Tsatsu Tsikata- A Victim of Justice or Politricks? CASE COMMENTARY AND ANALYSIS (I) Asante Fordjour LLB, LLM International Law And Criminal Justice I. COMMENTARY Human failure, according to Oxfam study (2008), is a bigger killer than nature when disasters strike. Poor decisions and bad management, the research reveals, cause more deaths in the wake of natural catastrophes. For example, deprivation in southern Asia- the most disaster-prone area in the world, it is said, means that such events are more likely to turn into humanitarian crises. As Ashvin Dayal, Oxfam’s south Asia regional director argues: “the Kashmir earthquake killed 75,000 people. That’s more than 12 times as many people as died in Japan’s Great Hanshin earthquake, which was of similar strength.” Why? “Poverty, exclusion and inequality policies raise risks for poor people- women, and minorities. States should reduce the risk of disaster by tackling basic problems such as poverty.” What then, had been Ghana’s disasters: free ...
How different is today's BNI from the BNI that picked up Mr. Tsatsu Tsikata from church on sunday, Mr. Dan Abodakpui and the late Mr. Victor Selormey? The NPP are concuse hence the difficulty in distinguishing between a state institution and government. Omari Wadie should learn how to behave, he is an ordinary citizen just like Akuffo Addo under the leadership of Prez John Mahama.
Never beat your girl like John Paintsil. Never disappoint her like Afari-Gyan. Have confidence in her like Akuffo Addo. Don't promise her anything you can't fulfill like John Mahama. Don't keep her in darkness like ECG. Don't cough around like Ayariga. Don't cauce her pain like boko haram. Increace yoq love for her like ful price.
My Question: Why do People hate Tsatsu Tsikata? Even Hon. Nana Akuffo Addo his friend has great respect for the man
At this stage, I don't envy Philip Addison at all. Why is it that all of a sudden, Gloria Akuffo is no more the lead counsel but Philip Addison who has been described by Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko as Akuffo Addo's boy? How come Egbert Faible, Gdfred Yeboah Dame, Kwame Akuffo have all taken back stage allowing Addison to do the bull's work alone? May be they are protecting their integrity and credibility. Whoever looses this case may have his credibility on the line. Tsatsu Tsikata is as well gambling and that's bravery and courage.
The fall and fall of Akuffo Addo thanks to comrade Tsatsu Tsikata and his team. The lawyer they feared the most and didnt want to be part of this case is now in there. Now watch out for "Akuffo Addo's defeat" part2.
Tsatsu Tsikata has bloodied the nose of Akuffo Addo again!
Tsatsu droops Nana’s Boys Nana Akufo Addo and his legal team, were yesterday given a taste of what is in stock for them as far as their election petition to the Supreme Court is concerned when Tsatsu Tsikata deployed a gist of his prowess to make a case for a possible favourable verdict for NDC’s Joinder Application. And as the former Chief Executive of GNPC and legal gem delivers his points to show cause why his client, the National Democratic Congress should be allowed to join as a defendant in the NPP petition, the bewilderment was obvious from the looks of his NPP counterparts who watched in admiration. Mr. Tsatsu Tsikata, who displayed his vast legal experience and knowledge in presenting and arguing out the NDC’s application case to the admiration of those present, proved to be too tough for the New Patriotic Party legal counsel to handle. After hearing arguments from lawyers for the applicants and counter arguments from lawyers for petitioners who are opposing the application, the Supreme Cou ...
Dr. Opoku Adusei, law lecturer at UG faculty told me today that Lead counsel of NDC, Tsatsu Tsikata is no legal luminary, though he is brilliant!True?
When some of "us" question the legal judgment of people like Tsatsu Tsikata, then the world is tempted to smell mischief in our own moral judgment. He is human and for that matter, fallible, but he has proved it over the years, beyond reasonable doubt that he is not the kind of lawyer who just jumps onto any court-bound wagon for the mere reason of going to court. Anyway most of his student, even in the NPP, know him best and will attest to this in their closets. In any case, would the NDC's own judgment have been described as sound by fair-minded people, if they had decided to abandon the very candidate they put up for an election in their name and on their ticket? No father who honourably acquires a property and hands it over to the son will sit down and watch it taken away from that son without rising to his defense. Lets us all leave the Supreme Court alone to decide this case in the interest of the state.
Akuffo Addo's serious illness prevented him from coming to Court today but his lawyers has made a mess of themselves. Finally, His Lordship Justice Atuguba has adjourned the case. *npp animguase paa ni* infact it be telecast live.
Tsatsu Tsikata leads NDC counsel in their joinder to the NPP's election petition in the Supreme Court. This is the same intellectual who flawed Nana Akuffo Addo in the High Court when Akuffo Addo was the Attorney General of Ghana. .edeey be k3k3 !
Why does Tsatsu Tsikata want Akuffo Addo to include Oxford University on his CV even though Nana was not awarded any certificate from the school? Would he Tsatsu Tsikata put on his CV that he has being in jail before? Tsatsu is an ex convict and he must rather focus on shaping his character to suit his grey hair and also refrain from snatching other peoples wieves.
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