- A woman has accused Stacy Amoateng’s husband, Okyeame Quofi, of owing her and refusing to pay
- She said he contracted her to write scripts for his project in 2018
- It has been two years and Okyeame has even refused to answer his calls
- The amount, the lady says, amounts to GHC2,600
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A lady has accused Okyeame Quophi, husband of media personality Stacy Amoateng, for owing her and refusing to pay.
To the lady, Okyeame Quophi ‘used’ her when he contracted her to write scripts for a TV series, but refused to pay.
This happened in 2018, and many calls on the former musician to pay the debt has proven futile, hence, she turned to the media to have her money paid.
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The amount involved, according to the distraught lady, is GHC2,600.
In a message she shared on social media, the lady explained that she worked under pressure for Okyeam Quophi, however, when it was time for him to pay, it came a battle.
She added that she has long kept quiet in order not to bring his name and that of his family into disrepute, but her business is on the verge of collapse, and so she needs the money to pump into it.
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Meanwhile, Stacy was in the news recently following a horrible experience she had Cervical Cancer.
In a detailed report by YEN.com.gh, she told how an option for a family planning method nearly ended her life.
Stacy is now fit and has advised women to be very careful when it comes to their reproductive health.
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