By Patrick Akoto
Kotoko chief Executive Samuel Opoku Nti says he will not engage in a media battle with the club's Accra representative David Serebour Boateng.
The Tema-based businessman has been an avid critic of the administrative style of the former Ghana international since he was appointed in an interim basis.
He has called for the dismissal of the current Kotoko boss, claiming he lacks the requisite managerial skills to manage the Ghanaian giants.
Serebour has refused conform to the decision to relieve him off his post with the two believed to be at loggerheads.
But Opoku Nti says he does not want to be drawn into a public debate with Serebour when asked about the status of the businessman in the club.
“I don’t want to talk about Serebour. I am looking beyond him. He says the board appointed him and so they will deal with him,” he told Accra-based Oman FM
Former Greater Accra Circles chairman Edmund Ackah has been lined up to replace him as he marks a return to his boyhood club since leaving under a year ago.