Mr. Addison & Mr. Tsikata

by: michael eli dokosi /                                   

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The eight-month long election petition at the Supreme Court in 2012 revealed both to the viewing public but for Deputy Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah-Dame, in his humble estimation, failed Korle Klottey parliamentary aspirant, Philip Addison is the better lawyer when it comes to advocacy.

Godfred Yeboah-Dame
Godfred Yeboah-Dame

According to Mr. Yeboah-Dame, the New Patriotic Party’s lead lawyer for the 2012 election petition was a man he understudied at a chamber so he knows his onions.

“To be a good lawyer, there are a number of qualities that one must exude; one is courage, honesty, wits and a good sense of judgment. Philip Addison, I have the opportunity of understudying him, he was my first master at Akufo-Addo Prempeh and Co.”

He further informed Bola Ray on his Starr Chat show on Wednesday:

“I have had the opportunity of seeing Mr. Tsatsu Tsikata on his feet, and I have also have the opportunity of comparing their previous practices and experiences. And I think that upon a careful analysis of the qualities I have indicated, I think Mr. Addison stands tall in my humble view.”

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