The three-member body appointed by the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, to probe the affairs of the club is to be chaired by the Dean of the Faculty of Law at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Professor Lydia Nkansah.
Other distinguished personalities on the committee are the Registrar – Ashanti Regional House of Chiefs, Kofi Owusu and Private Legal Practitioner, Lawrence Bruce Kyei.
The committee has one month to submit their report, according to a press release signed by Chief Staff, Kofi Badu. Exactly a week ago, the Manhyia Palace in a media release said it was “deeply concerned” by the acrimony and the unedifying attacks” generated by the Emmanuel Clottey transfer saga.
It thus called for the “immediate cessation of all media hostilities” as it [took] steps to deal with any issues confronting the club”. The Manhyia Palace further announced that Chairman, Kwame Kyei has submitted the report of his administration for the three years of his mandate.
It added that the administration's report was being evaluated while a committee was to be set up to “investigate all the circumstances surrounding the club’s transaction with Esperance regarding the Emmanuel Clottey transfer issue.