The Porcupine Warriors supporters chief has revealed that they could be hitting the streets soon should peace fails to prevail between the board of directors and the management team
Christopher Damenya, the chairman of Asante Kotoko’s biggest supporters front, National Circles Council, has revealed that they are planning to embark on a nationwide demonstration against the board of directors and management team of the club.
This comes as a result of a reported feud between the club’s board chairman Osikani Kwame Kyei and chief executive officer Nana Yaw Amponsah. Reports suggest that this has led to divisions in the board as a section of them including Evelyn Nsiah Asare are in the camp of the CEO.
Nsiah was even on social media recently throwing tantrums and casting insinuations against the board chairman.
“Kotoko supporters are ready to demonstrate against the management and board of directors if they don’t settle their differences,” Damenya told Oyerepa FM.
“We have given them two weeks to settle everything and let peace prevail or else we will march to Manhyia Palace to let Otumfuo Osei Tutu II know our grievances.
“NCC has tried to meet both parties on several occasions but to no avail.These wranglings are something we didn’t want to witness again in Kotoko but they have resurfaced again and it’s unhealthy to the club’s progress,” he added.
Kotoko had a terrible season as they failed to win Ghana Premier League despite taking a ten-point lead ahead of rivals Hearts of Oak, yet the latter eventually snatched the title away.
Aside losing the league title, Kotoko were Al’s kicked out of the FA Cup in the quarterfinals round by Berekum Chelsea.
Reports suggest that Kotoko could be appointing a new coach since it is likely Mariano Barreto and his assistant Pedro will not return to the country following a media war that took place recently.