The ex- Aston Villa and Ghanaian Player, Nii Odartey Lamptey was excited to have won again against his ex wife after the court of appeal thrown out an appeal against Nii Odartey Lamptey, files by his ex-wode Gloria Appiah.
It is known that, Gloria Appiah wants to own her ex-husband's 7 bedroom East Legon house.
Again, after the divorce, the woman has in possession already four bedroom house which the court gave her as part of her alimony.
In an interview with Saddiq Adams, the Sports Obama, he (Odartey Lamptey) revealed how he cries in the room all day.
Actually, this is the second time the court has thrown an appeal against his ex-wife.
Odartey Lamptey said, " Today when I was going to the court, my first born hugged me and told me that I will win so that we move into our own' house. I promised her that i'll give the house to her when I win. That's my only inspiration now".
What led to their divorce?
The lady made Odartey Lamptey father three children for 19years which was not his.
Odartey did a DNA and decided to file for a divorce. Odartey still continued to provide for the children. He then provided Gh₵ 200,000 plus two cars and a four bedroom house at Dome
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