Posted On Thursday, 1st August 2013
Ghana FA chief Kwesi Nyantakyi will meet the father of ex-Kotoko officer Kwame Baah Nuakoh to further apologise to him over comments he made in the wake of the latter’s attack on him.
Nyantakyi, who was verbally attacked by Kwame as a ‘kokonsa’ man last week, retorted by saying that the son of the university don did not get a good upbringing which some have complained as an insult on the economics professor.
The Ghana FA president wasted no time in phoning Prof Baah Nuakoh to apologise over the comments and publicly after second thoughts over the comments he made on radio.
His apology was whole-heartedly accepted by the Prof Baah Nuakoh before offering to visit him at home to further apologise.
Nyantakyi has already apologised on radio for the comments he made when he was infuriated by Kwame’s unprovoked attack on him on radio.
Kwame said Nyantakyi, who is the owner of Wa All Stars, had gossiped to the Asantehene over claims that the then Kotoko administrators had concealed some transfer money involving the transfer the Ben Acheampong – player co-owned by the two clubs.
There was widespread reports that the then Kotoko administrators sought to outsmart Nyantakyi over the transfer sum under the guise of a cooperation agreement.
Kwame’s remarks was also condemned by Nyantakyi as an attack on the Asantehene as the comments meant that the King was involved in ‘kokonsa’ or gossiping.