And origins of transactions are, in most cases, important as they tell their history. And history supplements the present and the future. And so, I go to the origin of the transaction. I think our law of procedure allows me to do so. Yes, it does. After all, I can make use of any exhibit in the trial court. I am not moving out of the evidence since exhibit P1 is evidence before the court. Let me still mention one thing and it is that the respondent did not mention the exhibit, not even in a line. It skipped it. Although it is also an admission which clearly qualifies as one against interest, the respondent understandably did not mention it, but took other evidence apparently in similar boat of admission against interest.
– Tobi JSC. Odutola v. Papersack (2007)