Lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata has revealed what he and his wife told the late President John Evans Attah Mills immediately he got out of prison,

According to Tsatsu Tsikata, the man who has gained a lot of respect from Ghanaians after arguing several times in court during the 2012 Election Petition and the recently held 2020 Election Petition, his wife warned the late President John Evans Atta Mills not to handle people so badly as they did to her husband (Tsatsu Tsikata) during Kuffour’s regime as President of Ghana.

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Speaking on the KSM show on Pan African TV on Friday, March 11, 2021, Tsatsu disclosed that, when he got the rare opportunity to talk to the late President Mills, he told him that, the way he suffered in jail should not happened to anyone who has not done anything that goes against the law but has been placed there.

He went ahead to state that President John Evans Atta Mills took his statement in good faith. His wife, Esther Cobbah, also told president Atta Mills that she knows he (Atta Mills) has been helpful to his husband but if he dare tries to treat other people so badly, she will be the first person to be out there campaigning against him.

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According to Tsatsu Tsikata, President John Evans Atta Mills was so humble that, he accepted their advise in a simple manner, which affirmed his leadership qualities, and style of governance before his untimely death.

He further stressed on the fact that he doesn’t want anybody to suffer from what happened to him in the past and that’s why he has always been defending the laws and Constitution of Ghana for decades now.

He also expressed how unhappy he is due to how the supreme court did not allowed Jean Mensah, the Electoral Commissioner, to be crossed examined in order for her to account properly to the nation as the constitution demands.



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