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Herb Addo DaughtersThe late Coach Herbert Addo with his daughters
Five sisters, all daughters of the late Ghanaian Coach, Herbert Addo were detained at the Adenta Police Station over the weekend following a family dispute. 

The five, understands, had been involved in an altercation with their stepmother and the case had landed in court. 

Being a family issue, the judge at the Adenta Magistrate Court advised that the matter is settled at home with both parties agreeing to report back to the court on March 14. 

The ladies were thus asked to provide two sureties each in order to be bailed. 

But when their sureties arrived at about 11:00 am last Friday, the police officer handling the case who had taken the five sisters back to the police station 'vanished'. 

According to one Elliot Agyare, who described himself as an uncle of the ladies, they [sureties] waited until 6:00 pm without any trace of the officer as she had her phones switched off. 

He hinted of a possible petition to higher authorities over the 'unlawful' detention of his nieces. 

The five sisters are expected to be released today. The late coach Herbert Addo passed away in March 2017 aged 66 years. 

Since his passing there has been confusion over his estate as his children battle his widow, whom he married a few months before his death, over his assets. 

Coach Addo was a successful coach and was one of two to have won the Ghana Premier League with two different clubs. 

He had stints with Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko, Aduana Stars and also the Black Stars and Black Meteors among others.

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