In the midst of all the media reportage surrounding his alleged breakup with his wife for a supposed slay queen, Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, has finally broken his silence on the matter.
Asamoah Gyan, in the statement sighted by zionfelix.net on graphic online, the skipper of the Black Stars has admitted that his marriage is on the rocks but clarified that the process that is ongoing at the Accra High Court is not a petition for divorce but an annulment process.
He also cautioned media outlets and members of the public against the misinformation being peddled about his marriage. The statement signed by his lawyer Mr Edwin Kusi Appiah and sighted on Graphic Online (www.graphic.com.gh) today (November 2, 2018) said, “Our client has noted the level of misinformation as well as the veiled and sometimes open attempt to discredit him, his family and or his friends and therefore we write for and on behalf of Mr. Asamoah Gyan on matters that have come to his attention because they have been largely publicized and talked about within the media space across the country.”
The statement said: “Our client has no interest in discussing his marriage in public but the only correction he wishes to make on the foregoing is that the process that is ongoing at an Accra High Court is not a petition for divorce but an annulment process.” The statement, therefore, asked the various media houses to be careful about what they publish on the subject in order that the children at the center of the issue are not stressed.
It further stated that “…in as much as our clients have no interest in discussing his marriage in public, he will hold any person, media or otherwise, to strict account on any or all things that are published about him or his children which are untrue or unpalatable…for all those sections of the media and faceless outlets that have begun some sort of vendetta against our client and his ilk, please consider this letter as one, before action. If you feel inclined to test our clients resolve, then prepare yourself to do as much in the court of law…”