Kotoko issue Statement On Wednesday’s Accident

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Asante Kotoko have issued a statement on the club’s gory accident which happened on Wednesday at Nkwakwa highway after their Ghana Premier League week 22 game against Inter Allies.

The Porcupine Warriors expressed their  regret on the sanguinary incident which claimed the life of their Deputy Equipment Officer saying “We regret to announce that, our Deputy Equipment Officer, Kofi Asare could not make it. Management has met his family to brief them of the sad event. Meanwhile, Head Coach, Steven Polack; midfielder, Ollennu Ashitey and the bus driver, Nana Berkye are on admission receiving treatment.” 

Read full statement below

Management has been in shock and grief following Wednesday’s unfortunate accident involving our team bus. The bus, which had our players and technical team members ran into a stationary KIA truck at Nkawkaw around 9:45 pm.

Injured players and officials were rushed to the Holy Family Hospital, Nkawkaw. Others were however transported to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in the early hours of Thursday. Players and officials who sustained minor injuries have all been treated and discharged.

We regret to announce that, our Deputy Equipment Officer, Kofi Asare could not make it. Management has met his family to brief them of the sad event. Meanwhile, Head Coach, Steven Polack; midfielder, Ollennu Ashitey and the bus driver, Nana Berkye are on admission receiving treatment.

The Medical Team and Management are going to follow-up on all the treated and discharged victims. On Saturday, the Medical Team will invite every member of the team who was on the bus for thorough examination again.

Dr. Michael Leat

Head of Medical Team

Asante Kotoko SC 

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