Herbert Mensah and Dr Ezanetor Rawlings’ At War Over Their Children


Herbert Mensah and Ezenator Rawlings are at loggerheads

Dr Ezanetor Rawlings’, the daughter of Ex-Ghana President Jerry Rawlings, chances of winning her parliamentary seat with an unblemished record has been severely dented by her ex-lover Herbert Mensah’s law suit against her.

The medic’s impressive and clean image has been violated by the suit filed by former chairman of Kotoko Sporting Club, thrusting a different light to her reputation which could create doubts in the minds of many.

In what looks like calculated for maximum effect, Mensah slapped in the law suit just SIX DAYS after she coasted to an overwhelming primaries victory and the description of her as full of ‘pride’ and ‘arrogant’ will affect her image.

Mensah filed a suit in an Accra court on Friday to demand ‘reasonable access’ to the two children he has with Dr Ezanetor Rawlings, to ensure the kids spend their holidays and weekends in his Ghana or London homes.

According to the former Asante Kotoko boss, he wants to know the state of the two children – Zethe Maia Mensah and Rhia Lyza Mensah.

Mr. Mensah is asking the court to order Zanetor to furnish him with an ‘update report’ on the children since they relocated to Ghana specifically regarding their official residence, health, school, and progress report.

The chairman of the Ghana Rugby Union says he has made 48 attempts since the start of the year to have access to the children but has been denied which prompted his action but his description in the most withering terms is what Mensah’s accompanying Facebook is meant to exact.

Mr Herbert’s suit is a blow to Ezanetor, who recently won the National Democratic Congress (NDC) parliamentary primary for the Klottey-Korley Constituency and whose campaign to follow in the footsteps of her father had been largely bereft of bad press until now.

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