- Famous Ghanaian lawyer, Tsatsu Tsikata, is known for being a smart brain from childhood with great exploits as a young lad
- In a recent interview with KSM, the lawyer took his time to recount how it all happened from him jumping classes to writing common entrance exams at age 8
- Tsatsu Tsikata was the lead counsel for the petitioner in the recent election petition at the Supreme Court
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Tsatsu Tsikata, the renowned Ghanaian lawyer and lead counsel for the petitioner in the just-ended 2021 election petition hearing at the Supreme Court sat on the KSM Show recently.
In a full video that was seen by YEN.com.gh on YouTube, Tsatsu recounted how he made history in his time by successfully writing and passing entrance exams when he was only eight years old.
Tsatsu Tsikata also disclosed that he was made to jump classes for his brilliant performances and studied for five years in primary school instead of the regular six.
Watch the full interview below:
According to Tsikata, the examiners could not believe that at his young age, he was able to ride through the entrance exams in the manner that he did, and they, therefore, forced him to rewrite the common entrance exams.
It is known that Tsikata went through school with relative ease, gaining admission to Mfanstsipim school, a highly coveted and prestigious school at age nine.
In the same year, the esteemed lawyer made history as the youngest child to receive the United African Company scholarship for his academic exploits.
Subsequently, Tsikata went to study LLB at the University of Ghana and grabbed a first-class.
He then won another scholarship to Oxford University where he earned his Masters in Civil law, again coming out with a first-class.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that the petitioner in the just-ended election petition case, John Dramani Mahama revealed that his lead counsel, Tsatsu Tsikata represented him at no cost at all.
Addressing issues relating to the dismissal of the 2020 election petition case on Thursday, March 4, Mahama said Tsatsu Tsikata’s handling of the case was free of charge.
“I wish to place on record that the service rendered to me by my legal team in this petition was gratis – free." he said.
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