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Togbe Afede XIV sent GHc67,500 to Medeama to settle Samuel Boadu and Obeng's compensation  Featured

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Board Chairman of Accra Hearts of Oak, Togbe Afede XIV, has shifted an amount of GHC67,500 to another Premier League side Medeama SC, as reported by renowned Sports Journalist Saddick Adam on Monday night.


The money sent to the top hierarchy of the club headed by Moses Parker represents the compensation they have been demanding from coach Samuel Boadu (GHc30,00) and his assistant Mohammed Hamza Obeng (GHc37,500) ever since they switched to the capital.

The two technical handlers left Medeama SC to join the giants Hearts of Oak prior to the commencement of the second phase of the season, a move which has been described as 'disrespect' by the PRO of the Tarkwa-based outfit Patrick Akoto.
The appointment of Samuel Boadu and his assistant, Mohammed Hamza Obeng has brought lots of significant changes to the 'Rainbow club' who are currently leading the league with 59 points after that sweet victory over their arch-rivals Asante Kotoko over the weekend.
Hearts of Oak at the moment, are three games away from winning the Ghana Premier League for the first time since 2009 and will travel Ebusua Dwarfs in their next fixture.
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