News going round is that already married, former Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah, has a child with a former GHOne TV presenter, Vanessa Gyan.
Vanessa Gyan, is the daughter of Ghana’s keyboardist Osibisa-Kiki Gyan.
Vanessa is said to have confided in some friends that former Black Stars captain, Stephen Appiah is the father of her child.
Friends of Stephen Appiah are said to have confirmed he Stephen Appiah, had a relationship with Vanessa when she was a presenter at GHOne.
Stepehn Appiah is said to have however denied fathering a child with her.
He alleged says the affair with her was only once.
GhanaCelebrities.Com’s Founding Editor-Chris-Vincent Agyapong Is said to have messaged her on Whatsapp. But she did not reply. But instead, she quickly changed her DP which featured her child.
A look at the child reveals that the child really resembles Stephen Appiah as the child has his complexion and facial structure, however that is definitely not a good way to tell who the father of a child is.
A DNA test would be a better option.
About Stephen Appiah
Stephen Leroy Appiah was born in the suburbs of Chorkor on 24th December 1980 in Accra, Ghana. Appiah is a retired Ghanaian footballer and played as a midfielder during his active days.
Stephen Appiah started playing football at a young age. He joined Accra Heart of Oaks in 1995 at the age of 15.
After featuring at the Under 17 World Cup in Egypt, he signed a contract with Udinese football club and hence.
In 2005, Stephen Appiah became captain of the black stars of Ghana. In 2006 Stephen Appiah became the first ever captain to qualify Ghana for her first ever World Cup appearance in Germany .
He subsequently led the Ghana Black Star team that came close to a semi-final at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Appiah became, the longest-serving captain of the Ghana blackstars team since independence. He holds the rcord of being a captain for 8 years. Within his eight year reign, he played 67 times for the Black Stars and scored 14 goals.
Appiah is known for his passion for the game and his sense of discipline that motivates his colleagues to give their best during matches.
He has been an inspiration on and of the pitch. He even has a charity organisation he manages.