Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Latest Video: Ghanaian football legend Odartey Lamptey cries as he reveals how he discovered 3 kids with ex-wife of 21-years were not his



A week ago, ex-Ghanaian football star, Odartey Lamptey broke down in tears during an interview on GHOne TV's with Nana Anamoah where he spoke about discovering that three children with ex wife of 21 years were not his.

We reported how a DNA test revealed that the children he had nurtured and believed to be his own for 21 years were actually not his.
During the divorce ruling, his ex-wife defended herself by saying Lamptey was impotent and couldn't have children. 

Odartey Lamptey has since remarried and has two children. In this new interview, he shares how he became a new man and how happy he feels each time he holds his new kids in his arms.
Below is the full length programme monitored from Ghana.

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Singer Wizkid wins BET "Best African International Act" Award


Starboy and Sony Music Act, Wizkid keeps making Nigerians proud in one way or the other. Now he has won the 2017 BET (Black Entertainment Television) Awards "Best AfricanInternational Act Award".2017 has been a great year for 26 year old Nigerian singer Wizkid. Last year, he was all the rage when he made the hit One Dance with international singer/rapper Drake. This year, hecontinued with hits such as Come Closer featuring Drake and very recently, Naughty Ride featuring Major Lazer. Nigerians were gutted when he did not win theGrammy award he was nominated this yearbuthe has made it up to us because yesterday, Saturday June 25, BET officially announced him as the the 2017 "Best African International Act Award" recipient.For those who are wondering what the big deal is, his fellow nominees were: Tekno (Nigeria), Mr. Eazi (Nigeria), Davido (Nigeria), Stonebwoy (Ghana), AKA (South Africa), Nasty C (South Africa), and Babes Wodumo (South Africa)

Friday, 16 June 2017

Divorce saga: Now I can move on, says ex-football star


 


 
 
A former Ghanaian footballer, Odartey Lamptey, has won a lawsuit in which his wife claimed 50 percent  of his fortunes.
An Accra High Court ruled that Gloria Appiah (Lamptey ex-wife) committed ‘adultery’ when she gave birth to three children outside wedlock and subsequently nullified her request of being given half of her ex-husband’s wealth.
Justice Cecilia Don-Chebe Agbevey who presided over the case also ordered Lamptey’s estranged wife to vacate the footballer’s plush 7-bedroom apartment in East Legon within 30 days.
Lamptey who granted an interview after the ruling said he is grateful that all he had gathered through his toils for the past 21 years did not go in vain.
He said, “I thank God for taking me through this fight successfully because I didn’t know how far I could go. Though I’ve lost a few properties, I’m very content that at the end of this case, I have retained most of them and I’m still alive too.
“When I was informed that the three children were not mine, I know how I felt. Playing the role of a father to children I thought were mine for 21 years and realizing otherwise later, I nearly committed suicide. God gave me a renewed energy and courage to withstand these pains and today, I can say I have gotten over them all.
“And today, with the final judgment, I thank God that my properties, my school and others I have kept them. She can take the little awarded to her.
“Today the divorce has been granted and that burden that was on me is gone. Now, I’m a free and happy man, ready to start life again.”
The relationship between Odartey Lamptey and Gloria Lamptey went sour in 2013 after DNA results revealed that he was not the biological father of his three children after 20 years of marriage.
Lamptey has insisted he never asked his estranged wife to sleep with other men to get pregnant for him over claims he was ‘impotent’.
The ex-Ghana star now has two children with an actress  Ruweida Yakubu.
Lamptey owns the Golden Lions Soccer Academy and Glow Lamp International School.

Chai.... see gobe as Nigerians go hard on Ugandan who tried to diss them early this morning


So this Ugandan Twitter user took a jab at Nigerians early this morning and the responses he has so far gotten from Nigerians are quite devastating...lol....Continue to read the replies after the cut...


Quranic Extract For the Ramadan Faithfuls

JUZ TWENTY


SURAHS / AYAAT:

27. An-Naml (56-end)

28. Al-Qasas

29. Al-Ankaboot (1-45)


SUMMARY:

This Juz begins with the conclusion to Surah An-Naml. In these final verses we are asked to consider the signs of ALLAAH in HIS creation & acknowledge that some claim godship in the weak unlike ALLAAH Who is Omnipotent & knows all. The chapter ends with powerful themes of the afterlife; death before life, the blasting of the trumpet & the Last Day. In the end, the Prophet (SALLALLAAHU ALAYHI WA SALLAM) is commanded to serve ALLAAH & to preach the Qur’aan. In the next chapter, Al-Qasas (the Stories) we are told about Musa (ALAHYI SALLAM) - his birth, upbringing, exile, call, his struggle with Pharaoh & subsequent exodus, his ultimate triumph & destruction of the disbelievers. The main theme of the chapter is that of struggle, ALLAAH’S providential care & the evil end of those who are arrogant & spread corruption. The last chapter in this Juz is Al-Ankaboot (the Spider) a chapter that takes its name from the parable in its 41st verse in which the weakness of polytheism is likened to frailty of a spider web.


LESSONS:

• That people can get so corrupt they detest the very presence of those who purify themselves

• The doubts of the pagans are repudiated & the Last Day depicted

• ALLAAH consoles the poor & weak believers stating that future is for them

• The story of Musa (ALAHYI SALLAM) & how he could find none to support him besides ALLAAH but what a wonderful supporter HE is!

• The story of Qarun & his being deceived by his wealth

• Just as Musa (ALAHYI SALLAM) was driven from his land only to return, so too would Muhammad (SALLALLAAHU ALAHYI WA SALLAM)

• The trials that one calling to ALLAAH will face: wealth, health, & this worldly life in general

• The stories of the previous nations show us that we should never feel confident that we are safe & so grow complacent.