When the situations at Baba Yara Sports Stadium call for celebrations, the emerging news from Kotoko's Adako Jachie Training Complex short-lives every joy. Asante Kotoko recorded another four-match winning streak for the season. This win against Ashgold in the Ashanti Derby and Mbella's hattrick were expected to steal the headlines and give joy to all Porcupine fans. However, a bitter report has suddenly taken over the waves, along with the good news.
There is a video circulating on social media. In this video, we can see the burning patches of the Adako Jachie training pitch. Even though a man is busy trying to stop the fire, the situation was too much for a single hand. The setting is a hot afternoon. Based on this, people are speculating that the deviant act took place when the team was busy battling Ashanti Gold on matchday 12 of the GPL. With the broken fence and the nature of the fire, they can't be wrong that the action was intentional and planned.
Here are some snapshots from the video.
What happened today is a wake-up call to the leaders of the team; they need to ensure appropriate security at the camp. For the mean time, security men can be deployed to watch over the area. In the long term, a fence around the whole land must be built and secured.
Watch the sad video here.
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