Virtually 24 hours since the bankroller of Division two side Thunder FC, Alhaji Nash disclosed in an interview that his outfit will be reporting Asante Kotoko to FIFA over the unpaid transfer fee of Ibrahim Imoro.
The news has sent shockwaves in the media as people continue to wonder how a club as gigantic as Asante Kotoko is managed in this manner.
However, an unnamed management member of the team has in an interview with OTEC FM disclosed why Kotoko is yet to settle the transfer fee of the highly rated left back.
Stating that the club has halted all their activities following the ongoing investigation at the club.
Life Patron of the club, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II earlier this month named a three-member committee chaired by KNUST lecturer Prof. Lydia Nkansah to investigate the affairs of Asante Kotoko.
“Everything at Kotoko is currently on hold. We are waiting for Otumfuo Osei Tutu II to constitute the new Board of Directors which they will direct the affairs of the team,” the management member told OTEC FM.
“We’ve already explained everything to him so we are surprised to hear him [Alhaji Nash] in the media.”
The defender joined the Porcupine Warriors last year in a fee reported to be around Gh¢ 240,000.
Ibrahim Moro was an integral member of the Black Stars “B” team that finished second in last year’s WAFU tournament in Senegal.
The 20 year old left back has featured in 11 league games and scored a goal for the Porcupine Warriors in the suspended league season due to the coronavirus pandemic. He was named the club’s player of the month in February.