Chairman of the Accra Hearts of Oak National Chapters Committee Elvis Herman Hesse has distanced himself from the accountability of the initiative by management to register supporters of the club to raise funds for the club.
Elvis Herman Hesse who is a member of the board of directors of the club bemoaned the lack of accountability from the management of the project.
The ‘phobian 4 life program is aimed at mobilizing fans of the club to one common platform, and to mobilize funds to enhance the finances of the club. Fans are to pay a one time registration fee of 2 Ghana Cedis.
“No one should call me about the phobia 4 life accountability and the monies, I am not responsible for it” Elvis Herman told Asempa FM.
Mr Hesse maintains the NCC will.be forced to begin a new initiative to register fans of the club to raise funds to support the club