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Late Jake Obetsebi Lamptey Slept With My MumÖ..Iíve Lost Sympathy For NPP - Maurice Ampaw
 
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29-Aug-2016  
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Lawyer Maurice Ampaw has revealed that he is yet to get out of the emotional pain inflicted on him by a former National Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Jake Obetsebi Lamptey.

He accused the deceased NPP stalwart of engaging in an amorous sexual relationship with his mum which is why he has completely lost sympathy for the largest opposition party.

According to him, Obetsebi Lamptey who was the then Chief of Staff under the erstwhile President Kufour administration, took advantage of polygamous nature of their family and was sleeping with Esther Dotse Ampau, now Esther Obetsebi Lamptey.

“True to the rumours, immediately my father died, Jake Obetsebi Lamptey married my step mother.” He disclosed on Abusua Nkomo hosted by Kwame Adinkra.

Lawyer Ampaw claimed after the demise of his father, Esther Dotse Ampau allegedly stole all his law books and went selling them abroad.

“She didn’t leave me a single law text book to start my career with as a young lawyer. I started fresh from the ground and used my car trunk as my office. ”my late father Gobson Dotse Ampau was a health minister under the Bussia administration and the treatment he suffered under the subsequent NPP government is something I am still bitter about.”

”Kwame, if anybody wants to paint me politically, the person may want to link me with NDC because I play a lot with their ministers and officials. Nii Lantey, Ato Forson and the rest are my friends.”

 
 
 
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