- Lawyer Tony Lithur is claiming that his wife, Nana Oye lithur rather beats him at home
- The legal practitioner has filed suit in court seeking to divorce his wife, Nana Oye
Legal representative for former President John Dramani Mahama, Tony Lithur has debunked allegations by his wife, Nana Oye that he abuses her at home in over their 20 years of married.
According to Mynewsgh.com report, the former Gender, Children and Social Protection Minister, Nana Oye Lithur, has told most of their family friends that her husband, Tony Lithur is a wife-beater.
It could be recalled that, divorce news of the two legal practitioners went viral on various social media platforms after a docket was filed by Mr Tony Lithur in court seeking for their separation.
The divorce petition, which got leaked to the media saw Tony Lithur leveled a number of allegations, including infidelity against Nana Oye.
However, some social media users who ere appalled Tony Lithur's allegations held that Nana Oye Lithur might have had enough of beatings from the husband, and therefore advised the ex-minister to sign the divorce papers.
But it is now emerging that Mr Lithur has never raised his hand against Nana Oye Lithur, but on the contrary, the human rights campaigner was allegedly abusing his husband at home.
Mr Lithur, who doubles as Counsel for former President Dramani Mahama, in Mynewsgh.com report allegedly said Nana Oye Lithur cheated on him, and also has multiple sexual partners aside her marriage.
Mr Lithur explained that Nana Oye rather devote time to her public life, rather than attending to her home affairs, and also contributes zero to making their home.
The renowned lawyer who is seeking divorce further requesting the court not to only dissolve their 20-year-old marriage, but also ensure his wife does not get any share of his properties since she did not contribute in acquiring them.
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