OPINION: Hearts of Oak fans had the chance to own their club back in 2011 but they refused.
Accra Hearts of Oak fans commonly known as the NCC National. Chapters Committee has taken to the club secretariat to protest and register their discontentment to the board and management of the club due to the recent happenings at the Camp of the club.
Well let's go back to 2011, remember when the club floated shares on the stock market to allow the fans to own their club by buying the shares? Well surprisingly the Hearts of Oak NCC didn't buy the shares. The shares were at low as ¢50 at the time. Well they did buy but most of the shares was purchased by TOGBE AFEDE the current biggest shareholder of the club. The target for the floatation of shares was ten million Ghana CEDI's but they only achieved 2.5 million Ghana CEDI's.
The NCC were making demands for the dissolution of the board and the appointment of a local coach. Mr Nyaho Tamakloe came out to talk to the fans and assured them things are in place to restore calm at the club.
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