DNA-induced divorce: Ex-footballer insists on evicting former wife from property


Former Ghana international Nii Odartey Lamptey said he won’t stop at nothing to evict his ex-wife Gloria Appiah from his mansion at East Legon after her appeal was dismissed.

Lamptey and Gloria have been in a long-drawn legal battle over who to own his seven-bedroom apartment in East Legon area of the country with the latter desiring it as part of her alimony after their DNA-induced divorce.

The three children, who were believed to be from their once-upon-a-time fairy-tale marriage turned out to have been fathered by another person(s).

Twice the court has ruled in favour of the ex-International who came into the global stage following his exploit in the 1991 FIFA U-17 World Championship.

On Thursday, the latest appeal filed by Miss Appiah was thrown out by the Court of Appeal.

In the aftermath of the ruling, Lamptey said he would continue to pull all the stops to ensure his ex-wife’s eviction from the apartment.

“We will do whatever now to move her from the house, as soon as possible,” the former Aston Villa star told Kasapa FM, as quoted by the Graphic Online.


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