US-based Ghanaian businessman, Dr. Bartum Kulah, who accused Gollywood
cum Nollywood actor, Van Vicker of sleeping with his wife, Clarice
Ford-Kulah, has tendered apologies, saying there was nothing of such.
Recall that Kulah had accused the actor of having illicit affair with his wife who is his manager and business partner.
Kulah had said in a statement to Ghanaweb: “My wife will deny the
accusations and claim to be his Manager and Business partner. That’s
what she always says, it’s all a cover, and I’ve caught them at a hotel
“He sleeps with my wife anywhere they go. I really have evidence to
show that he is sleeping with my wife and even warned my wife on that
but still they are doing it.
“It is a shame to Gollywood/Nollywood actor, Van Vicker sleeping with
people’s wives as he has married too. This is part one, I will bring
all the pictures, videos, I mean all the evidence out, if they refuse to
stop, especially Van Vicker.
“I have been married to my wife for long years with two children, but
she does not care about the children, all she knows is travelling with
Van Vicker,” the actor’s manager’s husband had alleged.
But in a swift ‘U-turn’, Dr. Kulah has withdrawn the allegation, describing it as unguided.
On his Facebook page, the businessman apologized to the actor and his
family for the harm he could have caused them during the period.
His statement reads:
“I would like to take this opportunity to apologize to my wife Dr.
Clarice Ford-Kulah and Van Vicker for the inconvenience caused by my
unguided statements which went viral.
“I allowed my misunderstanding of genuine professional relationship and jealousy to get the best of me.
“However, it is unfortunate that many statements I made were misquoted and embellished by the press.
“I have no evidence (pictures nor videos) to prove that Van Vicker is having an affair with my wife. It was an empty threat.
“Again to Van Vicker, I regret the inconvenience this caused your
career and family. To my wife Clarice, I’m sorry for my actions and for
putting you out there negatively. Please forgive me,” Kulah added.