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Ex-Kotoko chief Ben Nti in shock over attacks on chairman Dr Kwame Kyei

Published on: 26 March 2020
Ex-Kotoko chief Ben Nti in shock over attacks on chairman Dr Kwame Kyei
Ben Nti

Former Asante Kotoko Administrative Manager Ben Nti is surprised at attempts by some fans to hound current Executive Chairman Dr Kwame Kyei out of office.

Nti, who served under the Dr KK Sarpong regime, is unhappy about the criticisms heaped on the business mogul.

He fears those unconstructive remarks about his administration could see the Unity Oil owner step down.

''Am speaking as a supporter not a former management member. I have always been a supporter, a circle member to a circle PRO then rose to become a regional PRO to a national secretary and then a management member,'' he told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.

''You have started this same thing you did to Dr KK Sarpong, now if Dr Kwame Kyei should say he's fed up and leaves,who will take up the running of the club?

''In these trying times where there's no football. Should Dr Kyei leave who will take care of the pressing Asante Kotoko bills. Let's not do that.''

There seems to be cracks in Dr Kyei's administration with management member Edmund Ackah announcing quitting the club over attacks on his person by the sports crew of Light FM, a station owned by Dr Kyei.

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