Sports Minister, Isaac Kwame Asiamah has urged Management to take advantage of our huge following to maximise the finances of the club.
Isaac Asiamah says the Nana Yaw Amponsah-led Management must connect with our supporters abroad so they can contribute financially to the club.
Isaac Asiamah gave the advise when Nana Yaw Amponsah led some members of the newly constituted Management to pay a courtesy call on him at his office in Accra on Friday.
Nana Yaw Amponsah named his nine-member Management Team earlier on today, settling on Emmanuel Newton Dasoberi as Administrative; Moses Antwi Benefo as Communications Manager; Eric Amoako Twum as Commercial and Thomas Sewordzi as Finance Manager.
Television talk show host and events organiser, Abena Dentaa Amoateng was named Diaspora and International Relations Manager; Akua Pokuaa Kwarteng head Legal-Domestic while Brazilian lawyer, Nilo Effori handles Legal-International with David Obeng Nyarko as Special Assistant to the CEO.
Isaac Asiamah is very excited by the composition of the Management and the quality of the individuals on it but says the task is to make the club economically viable through the contributions of our supporters worldwide.
"Kotoko have the biggest following in Ghana and arguably in Africa and there is so much revenue that we can generate from them. We must tap into our huge numbers and create a good relationship with the diaspora so they can contribute to the club."
With the Porcupines bracing up for yet another Champions League campaign from November this year, the need for external support is highly required, and Isaac Asiamah pledged he would be behind the club throughout the competition.
Nana Yaw Amponsah was accompanied by Emmanuel Dasoberi, Abena Dentaa Amoateng, David Obeng Nyarko and Moses Antwi Benefo.