Kasapa FM names alleged fathers of Odartey's ex-wife's children

Kasapa FM names alleged fathers of Odartey's ex-wife's children

An Accra-based radio station, Kasapa FM, has published the names of two men, which the network says are the fathers of the children of Gloria Appiah, the ex-wife of Odartey Lamptey, a former Ghana international player.

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Kasapa FM names alleged father of Odartey's ex-wife's children
Gloria Appiah

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The Kasapa FM report, which was published on its website, claimed that one Ken Bediako, who works with an oil firm in Ghana, was responsible for two of Gloria's children.

The report mentioned one Frank as the father of another one of Gloria's three daughters.

YEN.com.gh could not verify the authenticity of the report.

A DNA test conducted by Odartey had earlier revealed that none of the three children he fathered with Gloria over a period of 21 years were his.

The same report also said that Gloria had filed an appeal in court over Odartey's property.

Kasapa FM names alleged father of Odartey's ex-wife's children
Odartey Lamptey

An Accra court had earlier ruled that Gloria had committed adultery because all the three children she delivered for her husband were not his, and so rejected her request for half of Odartey's property, including his seven bedroom mansion at East Legon.

The court, however, gave her Odartey's three-bedroom house which is located at Dome in Accra.

YEN.com.gh understands that the court also gave her GHc200,000 out of a GHC500,000 alimony she requested.

The report said Gloria wants the seven bedroom apartment for herself, hence her decision to appeal the ruling.

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