Director of Communications at the Presidency refuses to engage with the public over divorce suit
The Director of Communications at the Presidency, Eugene Arhin has issued a statement of disengaging with the public over divorce suit from his wife.
The recent leak divorce suit filed by Mr. Arhin’s wife has caused a lot of stir among Ghanaians as it contains great wealth and properties. Following this, the Communications Director has issued a statement on Facebook claiming the leaked divorce suit is a way of driving at a cause as he has not been served with any proceedings yet. As such, he is not going to engage in any “public banter”.
Mr. Arhin stated on Facebook “I have seen a divorce petition filed by my wife, which has been deliberately leaked all over social media obviously to achieve a certain effect. I have still not been served with these court processes, and, upon receipt, my lawyers will respond accordingly. 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. In as much as many of the claims levelled 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”.
According to Mrs. Arhin’s divorce suit she claimed that her marriage of 9 years crumpled down amidst abuse and cheating after her husband got appointed as the Director of Communications at the Presidency in 2016.
She revealed an amassed property of 16 big flats at Bubuashie, 16 flats at Weija, another 16 storey building at Teshie and a house at AU Village, a house at La, another at Senya Berekum, one at waterfront in Ada Foah. A five bedroom house at East Legon, 3K babbering shop at Teshie and 5 cars. She is seeking an annulment of the marriage, custody of children and a court order for Mr. Arhin to pay her 2 million cedis.