In the aftermath of Gloria Appiah’s appeal being unsuccessful, Nii Odartey Lamptey has vowed to evict her from his East Legon mansion.
A recent appeal filed by Miss Appiah to own Odartey Lamptey’s plush East Legon residence was dismissed on Thursday by the Court of Appeal.
Gloria Appiah requested ownership of the seven-bedroom apartment as part of her alimony claim after her divorce.
Her appeal failed once again because the presiding judge found her claims invalid.
In the aftermath of the ruling, Odartey Lamptey said he will not relent until he evicts his ex-wife 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.
Odartey Lamptey and his ex-wife got divorced after DNA results proved the ex-footballer was not the biological father of their three children.
The matter led to the collapse of their 20-year marriage, but disagreements between the couple overcompensation to Miss Appiah led to a protracted legal tussle.
Two years ago, the Appeal’s Court rejected her claim to the said mansion but she filed another case with the hope that the decision would be overturned.
However, for the second successive time, the court has thrown out Miss Appiah’s appeal to own the ex-footballer’s apartment at East Legon.
The legal tussle between Odartey Lamptey and his ex-wife has been rumbling on for eight years despite their divorce.
In 2017, Accra High Court ordered Miss Appiah to vacate her ex-husband’s 7-bed room apartment at East Legon.
The court, however, instructed Odartey Lamptey to settle her with his 4-bed room house at Dome in addition to a car and an amount of Ghc 200,000.
Miss Appiah, though, was not satisfied with the judgment and proceeded to file an appeal against the ruling.