Kotoko have revealed theft incidence in their home matches after putting out a footage exposing some security personnel at the Babayara Sports Stadium stealing from them.
An uploaded video on the Kotoko Express app is a CCTV video documentary which bared how the team have been losing proceeds during matches.
Kotoko have made close to GHC1million from their home games in this year’s CAF Confederation Cup matches, however this figure could have been more.
The Porcupine Warriors undoubtedly remains one of the two Clubs with a larger fan base in Ghana, and it is believe the team mostly generate revenue from their highly patronized matches at home.
The Ghanaian giants were held to a 1-1 stalemate by Sudanese Club Al Hilal in the CAF Confederation Cup on Sunday.
They are expected to fly out to Zambia for their final group match this weekend.
Video: Stealing from the Porcupines. CCTv footage documentary on how some security personnel at the Baba Yara Stadium gates steal from Kotoko.
Watch now on Kotoko Express App. https://t.co/YyWLYucx3K pic.twitter.com/OWESgnwhzD
— Asante Kotoko SC (@AsanteKotoko_SC) March 10, 2019
By Frank Darkwah