The Accra High Court denied a suit by Gloria Appiah, now Gloria Odartey Lamptey, seeking a 50% stake in the former footballer’s other properties.
Gloria told Accra High, ruled by Ghana Justice Cecilia Don-Chebe Agbevey, that she gets a 50% stake since she has helped expand the former footballer’s Glow Lamp International School and Golden Lion Soccer Academy, among other ventures.
She contended that the Court should split the other estates equally with her Dome-Kwabenya mansion.
According to a mynewsgh story observed by GHBase.Com, Odartey Lamptey’s ex wife claimed that the Glow Lamp School, soccer school, and other assets of the player would not be doing as well as they are now.
After completing the school, Gloria “Odartey Lamptey” worked as Proprietress, leading the school to its current position as one of the finest in Accra, Gloria “Odartey Lamptey” asserted in a suit.
The Glow Lamp School is one of the greatest schools in Greater Accra, according to Mynewsgh.
Gloria Lamptey wants a court order to give her 50 percent ownership of the school, according to the article.
Argument of incorporation
Their lawyers urged with the court not to disrupt the school’s veil of incorporation, since it is a different legal entity from Nii Odartey Lamptey.
The attorneys also highlighted that Mrs. Odartey Lamptey was given a monthly income as a school employee at the time she worked as project supervisor and subsequently proprietress, so she couldn’t have done it out of charity.
After hearing arguments from both sides, Justice Cecilia Don-Chebe Agbevey denied the application to split the ex-assets, footballer’s notably Glow Lamp.
After a nine-year court fight, the former Ghanaian international got his seven-bedroom East Legon house back from his ex-wife.
Nii Odartey Lamptey has been renting since 2014, when Gloria sued him for his East Legon home. The court ruled on Monday, April 4, 2022, that Odartey Lamptey may reclaim his home as of today, April 5, 2022.
“I received a call from my lawyer around two hours before Ghana’s game against Nigeria and he said the one month [the court] allowed her (ex-wife) is up after the verdict on March 2,” he told Accra-based Peace FM. Go get my keys. I was overjoyed because I had finally won my nine-year legal struggle. So I swiftly organized the lads. But I’m moving in this week.”