Posted On Sunday, 28th July 2013
Kwame Baah-Nuakoh has stepped down as International Relations Manager of Asante Kotoko, GHANASoccernet.com can confirm.
He follows his boss Dr. KK Sarpong who withdrew his services as the club’s Executive Chairman last week.
Baah-Nuakoh has been in the news after a war of words with Ghana FA president Kwesi Nyantakyi in the media.
Nyantakyi accused Kotoko of entering into agreements with Congolese Club TP Mazambe and Petro Atletico of Angola, which contravenes FIFA’s regulations and procedures by under declaring transfer fees of Daniel Nii Adjei and Ben Acheampong.
But Baah-Nuakoh rubbished that and said Nyantakyi was peddling falsehood aimed at denting the reputation of his boss Dr Sarpong.
The lecturer at the Economics Department of the University of Ghana has been a follower of the club since birth.
His first official work for the club was when he served as the communications director in the Silvester Owusu led administration that was hit with several problems.
Baah-Nuakoh worked for many years as a sports broadcast journalist.