Manhyia blocks Chinese investors from buying shares in Kotoko


The Manhyia Palace has prevented a group of Chinese investors from acquiring shares in Kumasi Asante Kotoko Football club, has learnt.

According to Head of Sports at Angel 102.9FM, Saddick Adams, the Palace was not happy with the proposal of the Chinese investors.

Reasons for the refusal of the offer from the Chinese remains unknown but understands that the decision is as a result of the fact that Kotoko is seen to be a property of Asanteman which is held in trust by Manhyia.

The Chinese, according to Sports Obama were interested in buying majority shares in the club which commands the highest following in the country.

Kotoko is also the African Club of the century and boast of some continental laurels as well.

Read Obama’s post below:

Source: Ghana | | KWAKU NTI


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