The Porcupine Warriors supporters chief has been handed a severe punishment following his unguarded comments about the football association
Ghana Football Association has banned Asante Kotoko supporters group chief Nii Darko for one year, AshesGyamera.com can confirm.
Darko was caught on tape making wild allegations against the FA and its president Kurt Okraku, insisting that there is a plot against Kotoko and that will rather help rivals Hearts of Oak to clinch the league trophy.
“Mr. Seth Nii Darko has been banned from taking part in any football related activity for one year with immediate effect,” a GFA statement read.
“However considering his show of remorse and apology for the comments he made, the Committee has decided to partially suspend the sanction. In this regard, Mr. Nii Darko’s ban is expected to end at the end of the 2019/2020 football season in July 2020. 2.
“Mr. Seth Nii Darko shall retract the allegations he made and render an unqualified apology to Referee Charles Bulu and GFA President Kurt Okraku within three (3) days from today on the same media stations he made the false allegations – Ash FM and Kessben TV respectively.
“Mr. Seth Nii Darko shall also officially write apology letters to Referee Charles Bulu and the GFA President Mr. Kurt E.S Okraku on or before Friday 31st January, 2020. 4. The National Circles Council of Asante Kotoko SC has also been tasked to provide evidence that it has organized training sessions for its supporters and club officials on how to communicate publicly to avoid breaching the Code of Ethics of the GFA.
“Mr. Seth Nii Darko was informed of the decision at the hearing. The full written decision of the Ethics Committee will be communicated to Mr. Seth Nii Darko.”