Isaac Amoako, Osei Agyemang & others appear before Manhyia Three-member Committee Featured
18 May

Isaac Amoako, Osei Agyemang & others appear before Manhyia Three-member Committee

Some of the Asante Kotoko accident victims today appeared before the Three-member committee instituted by Manhyia Palace  to  voice out what they term as an unfair treatment from Dr. Kyei's led administration. 
The Ghanaian giants were involved in an accident on July 12, 2017, when the team was returning to Kumasi after a league match against International Allies on the Nkawkaw-Kumasi highway which to away the Deputy Equipment Officer, Thomas Obeng Asare, and leaving others with various degree of injuries. 
Though the team received a lot of donations yet none of the players nor officials who were involved in the accident received a pesewa from the Management. 
During the committee's sitting today, former players of the club, Isaac Amoako, Michael Akuffo, Osei Agyemang, and the then Driver, Nana Berchie all appeared to detail the committee about their concerns. 
The victims according close source expressed their displeasure to the committee following the total neglect on the part of the Executive Chairman Dr. Kwame Kyei to give them what they rightfully deserve. 
The Committee assured the victims to work tirelessly to ensure that all their concerns have been resolved. 
The Committee have twelve (12) days to wrap-up their work.
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