Former Ghanaian youth star, Nii Odartey Lamptey is in a buoyant mood after the Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal filed by his ex-wife regarding the ownership of a property at East Legon.
Odartey’s ex-wife, Gloria Appiah had appealed to the court to grant her ownership of the ex-Ghanaian international’s seven-bedroom house as compensation after their much-publicised split in 2013.
However, media reported that the court dismissed her case as all three judges who sat on it said she did not deserve the property, thereby ordering her to move out as soon as possible.
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“My mother advised me not to marry her, I followed my ego and married her. She has really be a thorn in my flesh.”
I am ready to start life with my new wife and two kids – Odartey Lamptey added.
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In an interview with media after his latest ‘triumph’, Lamptey said he was excited after what he described as a difficult journey.
He also prayed that no fellow man should go through the challenges he had faced over the years. The woman that I married you, gave you shelter, take responsibility of everything in the house not known she was sleeping with other men to get pregnants and bring it to me. I took care of other men’s children over twenty years. Upon all these things you want half of my properties and court granted that I should give her half of my properties what kind of society is this! He lamented.
He added that he was waiting eagerly for Gloria to move out of his house.
Odartey Lamptey speaks after court orders ex-wife to move out of plush mansion.
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