The NCC leadership has urged Coach Maxwell to withdraw the case at the status committee, and has also urged the club's management to settle the coach whatever is due him, and agreed on by both parties.
The NCC is therefore urging all Kotoko supporters to remain calm as the issue is being resolved amicably.
The club wrote to Konadu, demanding an amount of $22,800, representing what they say is “loss of use” for the period December 19, 2020 to March 5, 2021, as a result of Konadu’s refusal to return the car.
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