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I’m happy with my life – Asamoah Gyan after divorce ruling


Asamoah Gyan says he is happy with his life in response to the recent High Court decision to annul his marriage to Sandra Gifty Gyamesi.

The legendary footballer, speaking on Asempa FM, revealed that he is pleased that the truth has prevailed following five years of legal disputes.


Although he sought to have the marriage annulled and wasn’t entirely content in the relationship, he affirmed that he doesn’t regret marrying the mother of his three children.

Gyan stated that he conducted a thorough investigation before taking the matter to court, and the High Court’s ruling confirmed the grounds for seeking the annulment of the marriage.

During the same interview, Gyan was questioned about the possibility of remarriage, to which he responded with laughter before emphasising his focus on caring for his three children, underscoring that he is a dedicated family man. Reports initially suggested that Gyan had lost the case, with claims that he would need to grant his ex-wife properties, including a house in the United Kingdom, a four-bedroom house in Spintex, Accra, land for a filling station, and two cars.


It was also reported that Gyan would provide Gifty with a monthly stipend of GHC 25,000.

However, Gyan’s brother, Baffour Gyan, later clarified that the court’s ruling was actually in Asamoah Gyan’s favour, as these properties were gifts registered in Gifty’s name by Gyan during their relationship.


Baffour also explained that the monthly stipend of GHC 25,000 is intended for the three children and not for the ex-wife.

Gyan, Ghana’s all-time leading scorer with 51 goals and the record African scorer in World Cup history with six goals, announced his retirement from football in June.


Since his retirement, he has been actively engaged in punditry, attended official assignments by CAF, including draws for competitions.


Additionally, Gyan’s foundation has entered into collaborative partnerships with clubs in the USA.


Credit: 3news.com

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