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Dr. Nyaho Tamakloe urges CK Akonnor to sue the Ministry of Sports for unpaid arrears.

Dr. Nyaho Nyaho-Tamakloe, a former executive of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), has advised CK Akonnor Kwabla to file a lawsuit against the Ministry of Youth and Sports for his unpaid arrears.

Two years after leaving his post as Black Stars coach and having been given a two-year contract, CK Akonnor is still owed $275,000 in total.

The former Hearts of Oak and Kotoko coach was dismissed after his team’s Fifa World Cup qualifying match loss to South Africa.

In an interview with Graphic Sports, Dr. Nyaho-Tamakloe stated his displeasure with the treatment Akonnor had while serving as a coach and pushed the former Ghanaian international to file a lawsuit to guarantee he gets the money he is due.

CK Akonnor

If they won’t pay him, he should sue them in court. It’s a simple situation; the person has worked for you, but you haven’t paid him. “He should sue them,” said Dr. Nyaho-Tamakloe.

Hearts of Oak board member Dr. Nyaho-Tamakloe also condemned the unfair treatment Akonnor had while serving as head coach, including the withholding of privileges that ought to have been given to him.

He questioned, “You are supposed to be the coach of the Black Stars and you have certain privileges; the bungalow that was supposed to be given to you was given to a white man, and your official car was also given to a white man, and you are not being paid and you are quiet?”

I even believed that he would have resigned if he had been refused a place to stay. I don’t understand why he should allow himself to be treated this way for a position that you are supposed to have qualified for; there were others who were competing with you but you got it ahead of them so it indicates you qualified,” he said.

CK Akonnor

In addition to the remaining four months of the $100,000 severance payment, Akonnor is entitled to seven months of compensation, or an estimated $175,000.

In addition to other advantages, David Duncan, who worked as Akonnor’s assistant, received a $10,000 monthly pay that is currently four months behind schedule.

Following Ghana’s underwhelming performance at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Egypt, CK Akonnor took Kwesi Appiah’s place.

CK Akonnor

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