Did you know Students of Tsatsu Tsikata are also renowned Lawyers and Top Politicians?
Many probably may have wondered how a boy who was almost near his adolescent age, gathered the courage to pursue his dream at Mfantsipim School.
Such an inspiration to compete favourably with his elder brother in the academic race possibly may belong to gifted children in his category.
It was clear enough to his parents, siblings, teachers and mentors that the young academic enthusiast was up for greater works.
Tsatsu Tsikata was successfully groomed and trained in the school for five years before gaining admission to study a Bachelor of Law Degree at the University of Ghana, Legon at age 16.
Two years later, he graduated with First Class (Honours) in Law from the University.
His academic prowess became very eminent at that time as he further won a Postgraduate Scholarship to continue his law studies at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
Tsikata did his magic again and graduated with first-class (Honours) in Civil Law.
He became a hot cake in the United Kingdom at that time, which graced gained him employment at Oxford University as a Tutor and Junior Research Fellow.
He popularity started gaining grounds before he even arrived in Ghana from the UK after working for a while there.
University of Ghana, Legon, where he had his first degree were after him when he returned to Ghana in 1974.
They gave him an appointment to lecture at the University’s Law Faculty. There he met his student pioneers.
Below are lists of students he taught in the university
- Frederick Worsemao Armah Blay, Esq (popularly known as Freddie Blay)
- Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin, Esq
- Kwamena Ahwoi, Esq
Undoubtedly, his achievements and successes in the world of industry, academia, politics and religion are fountains of inspiration to many young people in Africa and beyond.
Some even describe him as a “school of law” due to his charisma, confidence, coupled with the manner in which he boldly and intelligently interprets the law.