Kumasi Asante Kotoko SC goalkeeper Kwame Baah has bid the supporters of the club an emotional farewell as he ends his stay at the club.
The 24-year-old former Inter Allies shot stopper joined the Porcupine Warriors three years ago on July 5th 2019 during the reign of the Normalization Committee.
He won the 2021-22 Ghana Premier League title with the Reds to help the Kumasi-based club end their eight year wait for the covetous trophy.
He, today announced his decision to leave the club after agreement was reached between him and the team bosses as he prepares for a new adventure.
“In as much as this is very difficult for me to type, I would love like to use this opportunity to thank all the Kotoko Supporters who have been there for me and supported me throughout my years at Kotoko.”
“My stay ends and I’m moving on for a different challenge. I’m so grateful to the playing body, the board and everyone who bleeds Kotoko.”
“I will continue to be a fan of this wonderful family, thank you all, Krobea”, he wrote on social media on Wednesday evening.
— Kwame Baah (@KWAMBAAH12) August 24, 2022