STAY OFF! Manhyia Palace warns Kotoko NCC leadership Featured
29 Jun

STAY OFF! Manhyia Palace warns Kotoko NCC leadership

The Supporters leadership of the Ghana Premier League giants have been cautioned by the club's owner.
National Circles Council of Asante Kotoko have been warned by the Manhyia Palace to end their recent activities to make the newly constituted Board of Directors unpopular.
The Chief of staff, Kofi Badu invited the leadership of the National Circles Council to the Manhyia Palace last weekend.
The National Circles Council held a meeting with erstwhile Chief Executive Officer, George Amoako to settle his unpaid five months salaries.
Also, an attempt was also made by the Christopher Dameyeh and his executives of the NCC to sign AshantiGold SC midfielder Abdul Latif Anabila to the Kumasi based club for their next season's campaign.
"We planned as the NCC to write a letter to the board seeking their approval to settle the debt owed our former CEO, George Amoako but during our meeting with the chief of staff of the Manhyia Palace, he revealed there’s been a report of the NCC trying to compete the management," NCC Communications director Alexander Osei Owusu told Kumasi FM
"We explained our stance of only providing assistance to the board and the management."
"Another instance which was reported to manhyia as an avenue of competition and creating competition with management was the decision of the NCC to purchase Latif Anabila for the club."
"We have hence decided to stop the implementation of all these plans for peace to prevail."
The owner of Asante Kotoko, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II announced a nine-member Board of Directors to steer affairs of the club last month.
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