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Kotoko deny reports of financial audit from Manhyia

Published on: 23 March 2020

Management member of Asante Kotoko, Nana Gyembibi Coker has denied reports that the financial state of the club has been called for audit by the owners of the team in Manhyia.

Last week reports went viral that the top hierarchy of the club have been unimpressed by the recent spate of payments by the Reds in penalties following the dismissals of former coaches C.K Akonnor and Kjetil Zachariassen.

The club was also charged by the FIFA to pay an amount of $30,000 to Esperance in transfer fee for the continuous transfer of Emmanuel Clottey.

This led to calls for a thorough audit of the club's finances from fans of the club including former management member David Serebuor.

However, Nana Gyembibi Coker, who is aide to Executive chairman of the club Dr. Kwame Kyei has denied such reports.

"There hasn't been any directive from Manhyia instructing Asante Kotoko to be audited. The club already has it's own auditing firm that is Asamoa Bonsu & Sons whom every three(3) months (quarterly in a year) audit our financial records," he told Light FM.

"We can assure our fans that there's total transparency in the finances of the club with no one having the idea of stealing from the club.

"It's rather unfortunate how certain people who have been glutton stay in their house's to fabricate fake stories about the club."

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