- Sandra Ankobiah has opened up for the first time about why he does not go to court
- Sandra Ankobiah in an interview said after being called to the bar, she didn't enjoy the courtroom as much as she thought she would
- She said this among other reasons is why she does not vigorously pursue her law career after being called to the bar
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Ghanaian socialite and lawyer Sandra Ankobiah stated that though she has been called to the bar, she didn't enjoy the courtroom as much as she thought she would.
According to TV personality and philanthropist, she does not fancy the law profession as she used to because the reality is completely different from what she thought it to be.
In an Instagram live video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Sandra Ankobiah said after being called to the bar, she realized it was not as attractive as she thought it would be.
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“I love being a lawyer but after I got called to the BAR, I realized that it wasn’t attractive and I wasn’t enjoying the courtroom as I thought it will be. I felt litigation in Ghana was not attractive and our processes were long,” she said.
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Sandra Ankobiah also disclosed that her work as media personnel with TV3 in those days took all her time which could not allow her to go to the court as often as she should.
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“I did not really get much of the courtroom experience because I used to host a show on TV3 from 6 to 10 am which took most of the time for the courtroom sessions,” she added.
However, she disclosed that her fight to defend the rights and aspirations of feminists will go unabated.
“We can all do pretty much in our own small corners without necessarily going to the court to fight for the right of women as a feminist,” she stressed.
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Watch the video below:
Sandra Ankobiah studied International and Commercial Law, with a specializing in World Trade, from the University of Buckingham (LLB, LLM) between 2005 and 2009.
She returned to Ghana and studied at the Ghana School of Law from 2010 to 2012. In 2013 she became a Barrister at Law.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Media personality Stacy Amoateng has shared a heartwarming photo of herself and staff at the Angel Broadcasting Network (ABN) after becoming the General Manager of the media group.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Stacy Amoateng was seen posing for the camera together with Captain Smart and Kofi Adomah Nwanwani who are all staff at ABN.
The photo confirms that Stacy has fully accepted her role as the General Manager of the media group and is ready to work full time with the rest of her team.
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