Respect our privacy -Tony Lithur to Ghanaians

Astute lawyer Tony Lithur has appealed to Ghanaians to respect the privacy that exist between him and his family.

His comment follows the leaked documents of the pending divorce between him and his wife former Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection Nana Oye Lithur.

Though he acknowledges the pending divorce, the lawyer for President John Dramani Mahama said the divorce process is a difficult one for him and his children and that their privacy should be respected.

Mr Lithur in the petition filed at the High Court in Accra is praying the court not to give his wife any amount of money because she is capable of taking care of herself.

Mr Lithur accused her wife of being violent to their household staff.

‘When the parties settled down to marriage, petitioner began to notice some unnerving character traits of the Respondent. While petitioner was aware Respondent was aggressive in approach to many things, nothing prepared him for what he later discovered of cruel and instinctively violent traits. She consistently exhibited physical violence and cruelty against every person that has ever live with the parties, either as household staff or relative,’ he said.


Read details of Mr Lithur’s statement:





By: Ghana/