I Am Disappointed With Manhyia’s Decision – Kotoko Brong Ahafo Supporters Chief

LISTEN MAY 29, 2020 Kenndey Anyan, supporters chairman of the Asante Kotoko Circles in Brong Ahafo has taken a swipe at Manhyia for its decision to name a board of directors.

The seat of Otumfuo Osei Tutu II released a statement confirming the appointment of nine new board of directors.

The board is headed by Executive Chairman of the club, Dr Kwame Kyei.

The board have been tasked to return the club to its glory days.

Despite the appraisal of the components of the board, Brong Ahafo Circles Chairman Kenndey Anyan has registered his disappointment with the membership of the board.

“I was disappointed when I saw the board appointment. Normally when a board is appointed, there is a circle rep representing the supporters," he told Otec FM.

"During Chairman K5 tenure, he severed on the board so I’m disappointed none of the supporter’s groups [AKOPA, Circles, etc] were not found on the board.

“Otumfour owns Kotoko and he takes any decisions that will improve the affairs of the club in his own wisdom, but I think it would be better if Otumfour waited for the committee’s report,” he reasoned.

Other members of the board include Jude Arthur (Board Chairman for Ghana Commercial Bank), Kwadwo Boateng Gyamfi (Board Chairman Ghana EXIM Bank), Kwasi Osei Ofori (Chairman Erdmark Group/ CEO Rocksure Mining Ltd), Lawyer Kwamina Mensah (Corporate Lawyer), Alhaji Lamine (Businessman), Joseph Yaw Adu (Retired Director of Sports at Kwame Nkrumah University Science and Technology), Baffour Kwame Kusi (Otumfuo’s Ankobeahene) and Evelyn Nsiah Asare (Acting Head of Sports at Sunyani Technical University).

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