Hearts-Kotoko Kotoko accuses owner of Aduana Stars of bribing referee Samuel Sakah

Asante Kotoko fans have poured out their frustration over Samuel Sukah's decision to award Hearts of Oak a penalty kick, after Ahmed Adams blocked a ball with his back in the 18-yard box.

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The chairman of the Ashanti regional supporters group of Asante Kotoko, Obeng Sekyere has accused Nana Agyemang Badu II, the Omanhene of the Aduana traditional area of bribing referee Samuel Sakah during their 1-0 defeat against Hearts

Chairman Obeng Sekyere has fingered Nana Agyemang Badu II in referee Samuel Sukah's controversial penalty call against Asante Kotoko on Sunday.

Asante Kotoko fans have poured out their frustration over Samuel Sukah's decision to award Hearts of Oak a penalty kick, after Ahmed Adams blocked a ball with his back in the 18-yard box.

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And according to Obeng Sekyere, referee Samuel Sukah's penalty was influenced by the owner of Aduana Stars.

"Sometimes is very painful to follow Ghana football, an astute football administrator said we thank 'Nana' for this victory" he told Obuasi-based Time FM

"Nana Agyemang Badu was behind our Sunday's defeat, I will never lie for fame. He gave referee Sukah money to ensure Kotoko lost the game because Aduana Stars had lost to Dwarfs.

"He [Nana Agyemang Badu II] is the man behind everything that happened in Accra. We had some of the Hearts management members thanking Nana after the match.”

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