“Hushpuppi would have been freed if he had hired Tsastu Tsikata” – Ghanaians admire performance of lawyer in court today

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Ghanaians on both sides of the political divide are praising the legal ingenuity of experienced and lead legal counsel of John Mahama in the Supreme Court Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata and calling Huspuppi to consider him as his counsel.

Although the lawyer was not granted the application to pose some 12 questions to the EC, many Ghanaians have reacted with admiration for his distinct legal prowess.

Tsatsu Tsikata is currently in the trend on Twitter where people are arguing over the possibility of him winning the court case in favour of John Mahama but everybody seems to be on the side as far as his professionalism is concerned.

One of these comments believes embattled Nigeria big boy Hushpuppi would have been a free man by now if he had hired Tsatsu Tsikata as his lawyer. This comment sums up the love and appreciation Ghanaians have for Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata.

Perhaps, Hushpuppi needs to look in the way of Tsatsu Tsikata if he certainly wants to be a free man.

The proceedings in the Supreme Court was televised today where Lawyer Tsatus Tsikata, as usual, was seen at his best. Meanwhile, the entire election petition hearing is expected to last for just 42 days.

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