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Breaking: Professor Lydia Nkansah committee bans some personalities from taking future Asante Kotoko office

The Professor Lydia Nkansah committee instituted by the Asantehene Otumfoɔ Osei Tutu II has presented its report to the Manhyia palace with a recommendation that bans some personalities from taking positions in the club according to Oyerepa FM

The report which was recieved by staff of the palace contained recommendations for the future management of the club, and is to be given to the newly installed baord of directors to implement.

The source stressed the committee found made damning revelations on the past management, and has therefore advised the Shareholders on the Way forward and future direction of the club.

The committee was mandated to:

To investigate how come Kotoko was fined $180,000 and the club’s failure to meet FIFA’S deadline for payment.

To investigate the subsequent transfer of Asante Kotoko player Kwame Bonsu which created fresh sanctions against Kotoko.

Investigate the failure of the club to meet the 2019/2020 Club license regulations and the unusual turnover of players and coaches during the 2019/2020 league season.

Determine Culpability for any malfeasance and administrative lapses.

Make recommendations for future guidance and directions of Asante Kotoko sporting Club

Even before the committee could finish its report, the life patron and owner Otumfoɔ Osei Tutu constituted a 12 member board to run the affairs of the club.

The board has since formed an interim management committee to steer the day to day affairs of the club until a substantive management is formed.

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