Nana Berchie, the former bus driver for Asante Kotoko, has asked the newly formed board of directors to get support from the club after no payout for three years following the accident.
Asante Kotoko was involved in a road accident in 2017, after honoring a Ghana Premier League versus Inter Allies at Tema Stadium, as she traveled back to Kumasi.
The coach team reached the Kumasi – Nkawkaw road with a mini truck.
The accident took the life of a deputy team member, Kofi Asare, who was shot by players and other officials.
He believes that because of his current situation, which prevented him from working, he has become a burden for his family.
“I struggle financially because of what happened. My wife has failed now because she spent all her resources to take care of me. Nana Berchie said in an interview with the radio station Otec FM located in Kumasi it is a big burden on me.
“I beg for assistance from Kotoko. I am aging, too. I am aging. And I apply to them to help me turn my life around, “he said. I don’t get any younger.
Ex-goalkeeper, Isaac Amoako and the coach who was in charge at the time, Steve Pollack have all expressed their disappointment in the Ghanaian giants for not compensating those who were involved in the gory accident.