Thankfully, surgery was conducted for him on his knee in South Africa which went very successfully some two weeks ago.
According to Alhaji Akambi who is part of the Hearts Of Oak management and accompanied the player to South Africa, the cost was born by Togbe Afede who owns a majority share of the club at the moment.
Kodie has been monitored by the doctors in South Africa since the successful surgery some two weeks ago and the good news is that he will return to Ghana today, May 27 to continue his rehab process.
The midfielder is yet to kick a ball for Accra Hearts Of Oak this season due to the injury and it highly possible that he might not return on time to play for the club with just eight games remaining in the league.
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