Eugene Arhin Denies Property Acquisition And Abuse Allegations Filed In Wife’s Divorce Suit


The Director of Communications at the Presidency, Mr. Eugene Arhin has denied contents and allegations in a divorce suit said to have been filed by his wife, Gloria Assan Arhin.

In the suit filed at the Matrimonial Division of the Accra High Court on Wednesday, February 10, 2021, Mr. Arhin’s wife among other things accused her husband of abuse and adultery.

In the said suit also, Mrs. Arhin who said she and her husband married in 2012 listed various properties they acquired together as a couple and prayed that the court grants her ownership of portions of the properties she listed.

She also wants the court to declare her joint owner in equal share with the respondent in all properties acquired in the course of their marriage.

Reacting to the news in a post on his Facebook page, the Director of Communications at the Presidency described the widely circulated suit as “deliberately leaked all over social media obviously to achieve a certain effect” adding that he was yet to be served with any suit.

Indicating his lawyers readiness to respond to the suit, Mr Arhin averred that “every marriage has challenges, and such challenges should not be addressed in the court of public opinion. I will not, for the sake of my children, and for the dignity of my wife, engage in any public banter.”

He again went ahead to describe the contents of the suit as untrue, specifically mentioning the listed properties and the issue of physical abuse.

“In as much as many of the claims leveled against me are baseless and untrue, especially with respect to properties and physical abuse, I will hold my peace and deal with them in the Court of Law,” his post concluded.

See Eugene Arhin’s post below:

See below the divorce suit filed by Mrs. Gloria Assan Arhin:

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