Kotoko defender Imoro Ibrahim begs for food; details surface online

Kotoko defender Imoro Ibrahim begs for food; details surface online

- Asante Kotoko defender, Imoro Ibrahim now begs for food from his teammates to be able to survive

- This is because the player's signing fee, salary and bonuses have not been paid by the club

- Owner of Thunder FC, Alhaji Abdulai Nash made this known in an interview, saying that Imoro Ibrahim has been calling him as well for money to buy food

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Alhaji Abdulai Nash, owner of Division Two side, Thunder FC, has revealed that Asante Kotoko defender, Imoro Ibrahim, now begs for money and food for survival.

Kotoko defender Imoro Ibrahim begs for food; details surface online
Kotoko defender Imoro Ibrahim Source: Google
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Alhaji Abdulai Nash, in an interview on Kumasi FM and monitored by YEN.com.gh, said since Imoro Ibrahim joined Asante Kotoko, the player's signing fee, salary, and bonuses have not been paid.

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Alhaji Nash said Imoro Ibrahim depends on his teammates to survive in Kumasi.

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“Many clubs wanted to sign Ibrahim Imoro but I decided to give him to Kotoko because it is the club I support. I was promised I will be paid the GH¢80,000 before the season ends but not a penny has been paid to me till now. My player, Imoro Ibrahim calls me everyday for money to buy food because his salaries and bonuses have not been paid.,” he said.

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Alhaji Nash disclosed that his player also falls on some friends for food because of the current situation.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Jackline Mensah, a 19-year-old Senior High School student in the final year says she made the TikTok video-sharing social networking platform popular in Ghana.

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She started putting videos on TikTok in March 2019, mimicking dancehall musician Shatta Wale. But she has become a celebrity with her art by constantly putting laughter in many mouths.

Jackeline Mensah's verified TikTok account has over 200,000 followers.

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