The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal filed by the ex-wife of former Black Stars player, Nii Odartey Lamptey, regarding the ownership of a property at East Legon.
Gloria Appiah had appealed to the court to grant her ownership of the ex-Ghanaian international’s seven-bedroom house at East Legon
This, she wanted, as part of her recompense after their failed marriage in 2013.
Ms Appiah was aggrieved after an Accra High Court ordered her to vacate the property so, she decided to appeal the ruling.
But 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.
The football world was in shock when Odartey Lamptey opened up that the three children he raised with ex-wife Gloria Appiah, were not his biological children.It all [started] just because I couldn’t afford to pay school fees that may be was too much for me at the time – a child is going to school in the UK and the school fees was about £26,000. I thought I have invested all my money and I cannot afford it because they [children] are three and [all will need to follow suit]. So I took a decision to look for a good school [Ashesi University]…and that’s what brought all this,” he said.