David Serebou Wants Manhyia Palace To Audit Dr. Kwame Kyei

David Serebou, a former Management member of Kumasi Asante Kotoko is calling on the Manhyia Palace to conduct an audit into Dr. Kwame Kyei for his time with the club.

The business mogul has been the board chairman of the Ghana Premier League giants for at least the past 3 years. During his time at the club, many have questioned most of his decisions especially relating to the hiring and sacking of coaches.

In an interview with Oyerepa FM, David Serebou has stressed that Manhyia Palace, home of Kotoko’s owner Otumfuo Nana Osei Tutu II, should audit Dr. Kwame Kyei.

“It's high time Manhyia Palace audits Dr. Kwame Kyei for the period he has been at Kotoko or forces him to constitute aboard.

“All is not well with Kotoko, we risk paying GHc20,000 for not constituting board. We have to settle Zachariassen, CK Akonnor and others which is Kotoko's money. Nobody should say its Dr. Kyei's money. Kotoko pays back every penny he gives to the club.

“I personally told Dr. Kyei about Zachariassen that it was a wrong choice but he won't listen”, the former Kotoko management member said.

He continued, “Dr. Kwame Kyei should account for the monies accrued from Africa. We will get to know if he's spending his own money or Kotoko's.

“Am ready to finance the auditing firm to do this job. I am pleading with Manhyia to audit him”, he noted.

In a related development, information being picked up indicates that some members of the management team of Kotoko are not happy with how things are down under Dr. Kwame Kyei and are planning to resign.

Credit: MG

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