Watch: Tsatsu Tsikata Doesn’t Understand Law, He Only Speaks English- Chairman Wontumi

Tsatsu Tsikata Doesn’t Understand Law, He Only Speaks English says Chairman Wontumi

The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party, Mr. Bernard Antwi-Boasiako, is challenging the legal prowess of lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata stating that his arguments in court clearly shows he doesn’t understand the profession he has chosen.

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Speaking on the Nsempa Fie show which shows on Wontumi TV, the NPP chairman also known as Chairman Wontumi described lawyer Tsikata as someone who only good at speaking the English language and not practicing law.

He urged him to put a stop the semantics he is demonstrating in court noting that as lead counsel for the petitioner in the ongoing Supreme Court case, he is destroying his reputation because he is dabbling in irrelevant matters.

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In other news, The Ghana Health Service has asked all regional, district and local health institutions to be on high alert as the deadly Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) has been recorded in West African country, Guinea.

Guinea confirmed seven cases of the deadly virus on February 14, 2021, leading to the d£ath of three persons.

“EVD is a severe, often fatal illness in humans caused by the Ebola virus. The virus is transmitted to people from wild animals and spreads in the human population through human-to-human transmission. It can be transmitted through contact with body fluids of a person infected with the virus,” a letter the GHS forwarded to its regional health directorates noted.

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GHS further directed all regions, districts and health facilities to initiate preparedness and response plans of EVD.

“All Regional and District Public Health Emergency Management Committees should include EVD on their agenda. Additionally, regions, districts, health facilities, port health units at all border posts particularly along the Western border and all landing beaches are to heighten surveillance for EVD using the standard case definition. They are also requested to remind all Ghanaians and residents in Ghana on the need to protect themselves from the disease,” the letter sighted by citinewsroom.com added….continue