Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Officer, Nana Yaw Amponsah is supposedly arranging a gathering with the individuals engaged with the 2017 mishap.
The awful occurrence occurred while the group was getting back to Kumasi subsequent to regarding a Ghana Premier League coordinate against Inter Allies at the Tema arena.
The group's transport ran into a fixed truck in Nkawkaw, bringing about the passing of hardware official Thomas Obeng Asare while a few individuals from the specialized and playing body endured different degrees of wounds.
The club got gifts of money and things from the public after the episode. Yet, three years on and the casualties have not been repaid by the club.
Yet, as indicated by a report by Footballghana.com, Mr Amponsah needs to meet them and settle the issue.
The report expresses that Nana Yaw Amponsah needs to guarantee the players don't feel severe for serving the club.
This week, Mr Amponsah drove the club to settle the long time obligation to Omono Asamoah, who functioned as Physiotherapist for near thirty years.
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