Government to support Ghanaian champions Asante Kotoko in Africa

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The reds will have the chance to address Ghana in the CAF Champions League next season in the wake of winning the Ghana Premier League in 2021/22.

In a meeting with Akoma FM, Awuku adulated Kotoko for their prosperity and said that the public authority will guarantee that the Porcupine Warriors succeed in Africa, while additionally moving them to work on their assault.

"I accept that as far as strategic discipline, it's been great, their ability to score is what they (Kotoko) ought to deal with.

"You can't waste such open doors in Africa. Yet, their general approach looks extremely awesome.

"Government will in all actuality do its part, same as the NLA and furthermore the Ministry of Youth and Sports to raise assets for Kotoko to do well in Africa," Sammi Awuku said.

The Porcupine Warriors lifted the prize before huge number of fans at the Baba Yara Stadium in Kumasi after a persuading 3-0 win over Elmina Sharks on Sunday night.

Flourish Narteh Ogum 's side got their situation as champions on June 2, yet needed to hold on until their last home round of the time to get their hands on the prize.

Kotoko were granted the prize before large number of fans who were totally more than happy to observe the group's prosperity after a frustrating last season wherein the Porcupine Warriors went trophyless while severe opponents Hearts of Oak won both the association and the FA Cup.

Before the prize show, Kotoko crushed Elmina Sharks 3-0 in an engaging game.

Left-back Ibrahim Imoro scored a dazzling free-kick on 26 minutes to give Kotoko a halftime lead.

Kotoko emerged from not entirely set in stone to score more objectives, and Cameroonian assailant Mfegue Omgba conveyed, scoring two times in the last 12 minutes.

Kotoko will close their mission in Accra against Accra Lions on Saturday, June 18.

The Porcupine Warriors will address Ghana in the 2022/23 CAF Champions League crusade.

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