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VIDEO: Ex-Kotoko Executive Chairman Dr KK Sarpong addresses media after visiting injured players

Former Asante KotokoExecutive Chairman Dr. K. K. Sarpong has visited the team at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium where medical tests are taking place.

The newly-appointed Chief Executive of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation has reached out to the players who suffered injuries in Wednesday's fatal accident.

He had earlier released a statement consoling with the victims.

Dr Sarpong addressed the media after interacting with the players:

 

Video: Former Kotoko Executive Chairman, Dr. K. K. Sarpong addressing the media after he visited the team on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/sEBP6WdcqN

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Published By: GhanaSoccerNet. - Monday, 17 July

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