Social media reacts after Tsatsu Tsikata suffered a defeat in the hands of Godfred Dame

Social media reacts after Tsatsu Tsikata suffered a defeat in the hands of Godfred Dame


The Supreme Court has by unanimous decision quashed an order of the Ho High which placed an injunction on the gazetting of Mr John Peter Amewu NPP MP-elect for Hohoe.

An injunction secured by Tsatsu Tsikata was placed just recently on Mr John Peter Amewu from being gazzeted after it was alleged by some NDC supporters that they were not given the right to vote and there was rigging in that Constituency.

The AG upon hearing the injunction also dragged the Ho court to the Supreme Court for granting an injunction against the swearing in of John Peter Amewu.

The Attorney General in its suit argued that the ruling from the Ho High Court constituted a patent error since it did not have the power to hear the case therefore the Supreme Court should quash the case and prevent the Ho High Court from hearing any case against Amewu and the EC.

The Supreme Court today sat on the case and ruled against the Ho High Court and Tsatsu Tsikata. The apex court said the Ho High Court did not have the jurisdiction over the matter and has unanimously ruled in favour of Amewu.

Tsatu Tsikata upon his defeat have been heavily mocked on Twitter. The highly brained Lawyer has over the past days been tagged as the best lawyer in the country so far.

Tsatsu Tsikata this time wasn’t lucky as judges rulled five nil in favour of Godfred Dame. The man has been heavily trolled on Twitter for his defeat.

One of the mockers said, “Tsatsu is just an unprincipled lawyer. Arrogance is killing him and he must retire.”

Read some of the comments users said about him:

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