Obuasi Ashantigold SC shareholder Kenneth Boakye Acheampong, known as Achiken says Dr. Kwaku Frimpong’s 10 year old is not of any concern to him.
According to him, he is only thinking about how to appeal the ban meted on the club by the Ghana Football Association following the match-fixing scandal.
He described himself as a supporter of the four-time Ghana Premier League winners and vowed to help the club.
“I’m not in town now but I’ll return to Obuasi in 2 days to see how we can appeal the ban. Dr Kwaku Frimpong’s ban doesn’t matter to me but what concerns me is AshGold’s demotion to Division Two.” he said.
“I never joined AshGold as an investor for business purposes but my father is an Adansi man so I came to run the club as a son of AshantiGold. I am a supporter of the club and I’d always love what I love”, he told Happy FM.
His comments comes after the Ghana Football Association banned the club owner Dr. Kwaku Frimpong and the club’s CEO who’s his son Emmanuel Frimpong 10 and eight years respectively.
The DC ruling also affected AshGold Head Coach Thomas Duah, who has been banned from all football-related activities for a period of 2 years along with Team Manager Aidoo Gee Ahmed and some players including Seth Osei and Eric Esso, who were banned for 24 months and 30 months respectively.