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Odartey Lamptey wins back East Legon mansion from ex-wife

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Former Ghana International Odartey Lamptey has won back his East Legon mansion from his ex-wife Gloria Appiah.

The Court in its ruling on March 2, 2022 gave Gloria Appiah one month to vacate the house after yet another failed appeal to claim ownership of the seven-bedroom apartment as part of her alimony after their divorce.

"I got a call from my lawyer with about two hours to Ghana's game against Nigeria and he said the one month given to her(ex-wife) is up after the ruling on March 2. So I can go for my keys. I was extremely happy because after nine-year battles in court I have gotten the house. So quickly I organized the to boys go there. But for myself, I will move in this week," Odartey Lamptey told Peace FM.

Glory Appiah filed the first appeal in 2017 to own the 7-bedroom house after their much-publicized divorce in 2013. But the appeal was thrown out in 2020.

Unsatisfied Gloria filed another appeal in 2021 at the Court of Appeal but it was thrown out again. This time she was given a month to exit the property. 

Currently, Odartey Lamptey has a new wife and has been renting since the divorce.