- Ghana’s National Security Minister Albert Kan Dapaah and his side chick, Chantelle Kujewu, have dominated online portals for days
- A leaked video of the two in a loved-up conversation is still making waves after it popped up on Sunday, January 12, 2020
- Recent photos of Chantelle's ex-husband, Charles Ampofo, among other detail have also surfaced following the leaked video
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Fresh details have emerged of Chantelle Kujewu, Ghana’s National Security Minister Albert Kan Dapaah’s side chick, revealing she was allegedly once married to Charles Ampofo.
According to several sources, Chantelle Kujewu's marriage collapsed after she allegedly cheated on her ex-husband, dated other men before meeting Albert Kan Dapaah.
On Sunday, January 12, 2020, footage of a loved-up conversation between Ghana’s security minister, Kan Dapaah and Chantelle Kujewu, gained wide circulation on social media after the minister's side chick allegedly leaked the video.
The latest information about the lady involved has surfaced after it emerged she had been married to one Charles Ampofo.
Prior to tying the knot with Ampofo, she had a child and later had one with Ampofo after their marriage.
Celebritiesbuzz.com.gh reports that she cheated on her husband and left him bitter to ''slay'' with ''big politicians''.
The online portal also reports that Charles Ampofo later found love and got married again quite recently.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported that a married woman has given a chilling account of how her marriage hit the rocks after her philandering husband cheated on her with another woman.
While details of the married woman including her name are yet to be known, she disclosed in a chat with a confidant that she found out her husband was cheating on her after her 4-year-old son told her about his engagements with her husband’s side chick.
According to the married woman, her son disclosed he witnessed his father kissing another woman after picking him from school to an unknown house.
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