? By his performance, all discerning Ghanaians can tell how good or bad the supposedly renowned Ghana's No. 1 legal luminary (Tsatsu Tsikata) is. Don't get me wrong, he could be a brilliant Law lecturer in the classroom but in court, he is just wobbling on his unbalanced deceitful intellect. ? Many are those of the opinion that Tsatsu Tsikata tried harder to live up to the expectation of his blind followers. However, badly as he has performed, those that hold him in high esteem, kowtowing to his unsubstantiated legal prowess, will still venerate him. As beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, so will the NDC faithful continually pander to Tsatsu's false air of superiority or mystification surrounding him. ? From his court performance, he is only seen as a desperado. He takes ages cross-examining Dr Bawumia, repetitively asking same question in twists and bends, but getting nowhere. He was like a car stalled in a massive mud with the driver at the wheels still maintaining his foot on the accelerator. The tyres will spin badly but the car will not move. Keeping a foot on the accelerator is to get the car moving but if it does not, then all your attempts are futile; much ado about nothing.
Tsatsu calls for the recount of the pink sheets after all the wasted days spent asking Dr Bawumia irrelevant questions. When he realised he was silently being defeated; all his questions not yielding any desired fruits, he called for the recount of the pink sheets. Now that the pink sheets are being audited, he cries foul. Had they probably not arranged fake national security officers from the "Yaw Boateng Gyan Police" to man the Supreme Court to permit them tamper with the sheets?
? As ignorant as they are, they have forgotten that we have a list of all the contesting polling stations indicated on the internet. How could the petitioners not have provided them with all the pink sheets if they have them listed on the internet? ? Are the NDC and their lawyers wise at all, one may ask? They had better get some kicking in their arse to cease behaving like unintelligent toddlers. ? Rockson Adofo
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