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Entertainment of Tuesday, 10 April 2018

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Daasebre Gyamena had 'side-chicks' - Second wife alleges

Madam Aminah, second wife of late Daasebre Gyamenah play videoMadam Aminah, second wife of late Daasebre Gyamenah

One would have thought the controversies surrounding Daasebre Gyamena would have ended after his maternal family finally buried him on November 26, 2016, but though it's been almost two years, the controversies still linger.

Latest update is that of the revelation by his second wife known as Madam Aminah on Adom TV's 'Ahosepe'.

Daasebre Gyamena is alleged to have cheated on his wives during his stay on earth - this is according to his second wife.

Madam Gyamena revealed to the host of Ahosepe that her husband, when alive, failed to perform his responsibilities as a husband and father to their only child who is now 9-years-old.

"My son became very sick for more than 4 years, I was the only person taking care of him. He became paralyzed and I had to move him from one place to another. At the end of the day, there was not even a penny left for me to take him to the hospital. I used all my savings and even my business capital. Things became very difficult that Daasebre stopped coming to us(Amina and her child), he didn't take care of his child."

She continued that, when Daasebre was alive, he introduced his side-chick to her as a family member.

"Daasebre brought a lady to the house I used to stay in and introduced her to me as the child of his maternal uncle from Cape Coast. At the end of the day, I found out she was actually his girlfriend".

Madam Aminah added that she doesn't have a cordial relationship with her rival (first wife).



Background

Daasebre Gyamena passed away in the early hours of Friday, July 29, 2016. He was finally laid to rest on November 26, 2016 after a tussle over who has the right to bury Daasebre Gyamenah ended up in court.

The late musician’s maternal family had gone to court to seek an injunction to stop the paternal family in Koforidua from burying the musician on a proposed October 14 date.

Madam Amina, his second wife was absent at his funeral.





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