Kotoko have settled outstanding bonuses as players embark on days away from the field.
The global COVID-19 canker has forced the Ghana Premier League to be halted until further notice.
The Ghana Football Association announced the League to be suspended after directives from the government of Ghana.
Players were however owed bonuses which have now been settled in order to ensure a good living conditions as the government contemplates to embark on a lockdown in some part of the country as part of measures to prevent the spread of the virus which has already seen Ghana record 137 cases.
COVID-19 have so far ceased almost every League in the World as the World Health Organization tries to develop a vaccine for the deadly virus.
Kotoko before the suspension of the League were fourth on the table with 25points after 14 match days.
The Porcupine Warriors are already eyeing yet another League title to maintain their record as the most successful Ghana Premier League side.