Soccer News of Tuesday, 4 February 2014
The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that ex-Ghana striker Arthur Moses give his divorced wife three more houses as part of the divorce settlement.
The former Marseille striker confirmed last month his ex-wife was in court asking for more despite building two houses for her and another for her mother.
“The court has ruled in our favour, it was a unanimous victory, 7-0,” Counsel for the ex-wife told Ghanasportsonline.com.
His divorced wife claimed she deserved the compensation package because Moses prevented him from working during his playing time.
Moses, team manager of Ghana Premier League side Berekum Chelsea, has not seen his kids for the past five years and intends to carry out a DNA test as soon as he sets eyes on them.
He is the third ex-Ghana international to have divorced his wife after Nii Odartey Lamptey’s revelation he did not father all his three kids with his wife Gloria.
Former Black Stars captain John Mensah recently separately with his wife after 15 years ago.
These recent cases are to warn current Ghanaian players to be careful of the women they marry.