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Chris Attoh breaks silence on divorce rumuor

Ghanaian film actor, director and presenter, Chris Attoh at last broke silence on issue related to his divorce.

Recently, it was rumoured that Chris and his Nigerian wife Damilola Adegbite, also an actress, had separated.

When asked if the rumour was true, the celebrated actor declined to answer but rather said both Damilola and their child were doing well.

According to the veteran actor, fusing up work and family responsibilities together as a professional actor can be quite frustrating because he finds himself in different parts of the world shooting movies all in the aim to put bread on the table to feed his family.

He added that, it is a very challenging situation hence the reason most wives becomes angry at their husbands since there is no joy at home when the husband isn’t around.

It is with this that he said; they as a couple have made some adjustments which are very necessary to put the marriage in shape.

“When you’re a professional actor, you’re in South Africa, USA, Nigerian, Sweden, shooting movies. It’s demanding to be travelling here and there. I am a daddy and there is no joy when daddy is not home…

“As a dad, it’s challenging enough to make any woman miss her man and that’s what happened but we have made some adjustments as necessary and there is nothing to worry about…” he told KMJ on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM.

He further urged his fans and loved ones not to worry about the rumors but debunk them as soon as practicable.

“I love Ghana and it feels good to be back home and so Ghanaians should forget about the rumour” he said.


My Daughter Was On Medication – Says Parent Of Dead Legon Student

The Legon Police who are investigating a case in which a female level 400 student jumped to her death on Wednesday dawn has found prescription drugs believed to be used in treating a psychological condition in the room of the deceased.

The Criminal Investigation Department of the Legon Police Command, had earlier confirmed to Kasapa FM that Jennifer Nyarko, who jumped from the balcony of the Akuaffo Hall, Legon suffered from mental disorder.

According to the police, though they are awaiting a post mortem report, their preliminary investigation has established that the deceased had been battling depression for sometime, and also had some issues to contend with in school.

The victim, according to reports had for the past days avoided lectures living a solitary life till her untimely death.

Jennifer who committed suicide at around 4:30 am Wednesday was spotted by a passerby who raised an alarm for help, but she was pronounced dead upon arrival at the Legon hospital.

Speaking on Anopa Kasapa on Kasapa FM Thursday (, Detective Chief Inspector George Kingsley Adu said his conversation with the deceased father established that Jennifer was depressed and was on medication before her demise.

The Legon District Police Commander, DSP Ofori Anokye in an interview disclosed that the found drugs will be given to the medical doctor who’ll conduct the post mortem for him to established what ailments the drugs are used to treat.

“The case is still under investigations, I spoke to the father and he explained that the whole of the weekend the lady was with her, the mother said the same thing. I asked the father if the lady had a medical condition and he responded…yes. According to him, when her daughter came to the university in 2012 she had to defer her course till 2013 and that she was being treated by a doctor at Valley View University for a psychological ailment. We’ve taken some drugs from her room which will be passed on to the medical doctor during the post mortem examination for him to explain to us what the drugs are meant for.”