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GFA Elections: Kotoko chief George Amoako stripped of voting rights over ‘trust’ issues

Ghanaian powerhouse Asante Kotoko have stripped its chief executive George Amoako of his voting rights in the Ghana FA election over “mistrust”, Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM has reported.

The club’s operation manager and a trusted aide to the Executive chairman Isaac Donkor has replaced the embattled CEO.

Kotoko boss Dr Kwame Kyei is believed to be incensed after reports emerged that Mr Amoako has been allegedly flirting with a candidate not supported by the club – a claim which cannot be independently verified by GHANAsoccernet.com

Despite publicly announcing the club’s support for George Afriyie in the presidential race, its been claimed that the under-fire CEO has given privately endorsed the candidature of an unnamed aspirants who does not have the backing of the Ghanaian giants.

Source: GHANAsoccernet.com

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