Asante Kotoko’s CEO pledges to support victims of 2017 accident

Asante Kotoko’s former goalkeeper and leader of the 2017 accident victims of the club, Isaac Amoako, has disclosed that the club’s CEO, Nana Yaw Amponsah, has pledged to take necessary steps to address the long-standing plight of the victims.

The victims, which include players, technical staff, and others associated with the club, have been complaining of neglect and lack of support since the team’s bus was involved in an accident after a game six years ago.

However, the situation recently drew public attention and criticism, prompting the club’s management to respond with a promise to provide the needed support.

In a recent interview with Oyerepa FM, Isaac Amoako stated, “The CEO of Asante Kotoko called me on Friday. He asked for the details of the accident victims and assured us of taking the necessary steps.

“We are elated and relieved about this because the accident has affected some of the victims, especially the former goalkeeper trainer, Sampson Appiah, and former driver, Nana Berchie.”

He also added, “We are hoping for the best, and we know this step by the management will bring relief to us.”

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