Nii Odartey Lamptey, former Ghanaian football star is set to evict his ex-wife from his seven-bedroom East Legon house after the Court of Appeal dismissed her latest appeal today, July 15, 2021.
This is the second time Gloria Appiah is being asked by the same court to vacate the seven-bedroom mansion.
In July 2020, a three-member panel of judges ruled that she did not deserve the property and thereby ordered her to move out.
This was after an Accra High Court had earlier ordered her to vacate the same property.
The footballer’s ex-wife, Gloria Appiah however went back to the Court of Appeal, praying the Court to grant her the Seven-bedroom house owned by the Ex-footballer as part of her alimony for their marital split.
In an interview today with Kasapa FM after the Court proceedings, and monitored by DL News, Nii Odartey indicated that his ex-wife has been ordered by the court out of the house in question with immediate effect.
The former national team player who also played for Aston Villa was full of praise to God for sustaining him throughout the 8-year long legal tussle and indicated his intention of doing everything possible to move the ex-wife out of the house.
The marriage between Odartey Lamptey and Gloria Appiah hit a snag in 2013 after a DNA test revealed that the three children he raised with her were not his biological children.
According to the footballer, he heard rumors about his wife’s promiscuity over a few years but was in the investigation process when issues were compounded by disagreement over the first child’s school fees.
Odartey Lamptey further recounts that close pals at this point advised him to undertake a DNA on the kids after receiving many recordings of activities of his ex-wife.
He, therefore, did the DNA test and described it as a defining moment.
Nii Odartey Lamptey currently has two girls with his partner, Ruweida Yakubu, an actress.