Former spokesperson of Asante Kotoko Kennedy Boakye Ansah the hard work done by Dr. Kwame Kyei at the club contributed to Otumfour’s decision to extend his mandate.
Otumfuo Osei Tutu II this month entrusted Asante Kotoko into the hands of Dr Kwame Kyei for a second time after retaining him as Executive Chairman of the club.
Dr Kyei’s three-year mandate ended in December 2019 but has been retained after a three-member committee concluded their investigation of the club’s affairs under his tenure.
Speaking on Extra Time over the weekend, Kennedy Boakye Ansah said Dr. Kyei handled his job well.
“If I should review the past three years, the mandate of Dr. Kwame Kyei as the Executive Chairman then I will say that the man did a great job.”
“At least almost every trophy at hand then that Kotoko competed for, they won it that’s the FA Cup, the NC cup. So, I am saying that on the field of play Kotoko was extremely competitive,” Boakye Ansah told Starr Sports .
“Off the field, we are talking about the corporate structure of the club, yes people had fault here and there but if you have a huge brand like MTN as your headline sponsor and they felt the need to renew their relationship with you, that means you were doing something good,” he added.
Source: Ghana/Starrfm.com.gh/103.5FM/Michael Nsiah Otchere