Kotoko Coach Paa Kwesi Fabian to sue a radio station in Kumasi, Kwadwo Poku over 'bribery' accusation Featured
28 Feb

Kotoko Coach Paa Kwesi Fabian to sue a radio station in Kumasi, Kwadwo Poku over 'bribery' accusation

The newly appointed head coach of the Porcupines, Paa Kwesi Fabian have decided to drag his former trainee and a media house in Kumasi to court over the 'bribery' accusation the former made against him.
The former Asante Kotoko striker, Kwadwo Poku in an exclusive interview with Kumasi-based Silver Fm accused his former Boss Paa Kwesi Fabian of 'taking bribe' during his stay with the club in 2009/10 season.
"Paa Kwesi takes bribe a lot because I remember during my time with him at Kotoko and even at school (OKESS) that was what he was doing, always receiving bribes, that is the gospel truth I know about him," Kwadwo told on Silver FM.
"I don't know if he's a change person now," he added.
Information reaching Kickgh.com indicates that Paa Kwesi is deliberating with his lawyers to sue Kwadwo Poku and the radio station for given him unfettered platform to damage his reputation.
This comes after the legal head of Kotoko, lawyer Yaw Boafo announced a public boycott on Silver FM for lying about him on Dauda Mohammed's transfer saga.
It is unclear whether the long standing legal luminary of the Porcupine Warriors will lead his coach to seek punitive damage from the station.
By: Augustus Opoku
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