NCC admits Circles have problems
Posted on: Tue May 15, 2012
The National Circles Council (NCC), the official umbrella body of Kumasi Asante Kotoko supporters has admitted that the supporters’ group is beset with problems that have led to its stunted growth and development.
Issues regarding their low membership and improper organisation, culminating into their inability to raise funds to support management efforts have led many including Executive Chairman, Dr. K. K. Sarpong to question their relevance lately.
Speaking to Kotoko Express hours after the NCC Executives led by the chairman, Bernard Akwasi Xiel, met Dr. K. K. Sarpong at his residence in Kumasi on Sunday, the spokesman for the supporters’ body, Nana Kwame admitted that the Circles have been faced with problems which have adversely contributed to its passiveness.
He said Sunday’s meeting was to look at avenues through which the Circles’ problems could be duly addressed to make them more vibrant. Nana Kwame further disclosed that Retired ASP Dapaah, an Advisor to the National Circles Council, was tasked at the end of the meeting to compile factors contributing to the problems of the Circles and submit a report in two weeks time.
That report, Nana Kwame said would be looked at when they meet the Executive Chairman ahead of final league match of the season against Tema Youth in Kumasi.
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