A FEATURE by Kofi Yesu: AshGold are deliberately fighting against people’s investment; ignore them

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Picking reports that AshGold have injuncted the league from resuming after their second injunction was dismissed by an Accra Human Rights Court.

For the purposes of education, it is important Ghanaians understand what AshGold have done so far, following advice from their lead counsels – KOFI Manu and Kweku Eyiah. (For these two, I’ll deal with them some other time).

AshGold claimed to have served the FA an injunction on September 9, 2022 but the FA went ahead to play the league which is contemptuous if indeed they served the FA. And currently, the case is in court and proceedings are ongoing.

When the FA was cited for that contempt, all the ExCo members were forced to appear before the court on 24th September, 2022 via zoom since most of them were abroad for the Black Stars friendly games. The court after the appearance of the ExCo members on 24th directed that the case be adjourned to 19th October for re-appearance.

Two days after the cour had directed this, while waiting for the 19th date, KOFI Manu advised Kwaku Frimpong to go to a different court for an injunction to stop the league which they did.

The new court, Human Rights Court 1, granted the injunction which was served the FA. Subsequently, the FA announced a suspension of the league due to the injunction. The case, after 21 days of the suspension of the league was dismissed on Tuesday making way for the league to be played.

KOFI Manu again directs his stooges, Kwaku Frimpong and his son to file another injunction to stop the league from resuming which they have done but couldn’t serve any of the directors of the FA.

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In effect, this is the 3rd injunction AshGold’s Kwaku Frimpong is filing to stop the league from flow.

What do they seek to achieve?

Why didn’t they go to the Appeals Court if they were unhappy with the judgement of the Human Rights Court on Tuesday?

Is injunction the only way they can address their grievances?

This is the time Ghanaian football administrators and sports journalists must descend hard on Kwaku Frimpong and his son for their devilish posture.

It’s sad that someone whose integrity in football has been thrown to the dogs for accepting bribes is hiding behind the illiteracy of Kwaku Frimpong to thwart the investments of 18 clubs.

And what are the clubs themselves doing?

Daniel KOFI Yesu
Football Enthusiast
(Student, UEW-Kumasi)

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