Hearts Board Member Alhaji Akanbi exonerated of bribery case - Footy Dreams

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Hearts Board Member Alhaji Akanbi exonerated of bribery case

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The three-member committee constituted to investigate board member of Hearts of Oak Alhaji Briamah Moro Akanbi, has exonerated him of any wrongdoings.

Reports monitored on Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM, indicates that the ad-hoc Committee is done with proceedings and has submitted its report to the board members.

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Alhaji Akambi was accused of taking 200 Ghana Cedis bribe from the Chief Executive Officer of Division One League side Nkoranza Warriors Kuuku Bartels after introducing him to the Board Chairman of the club Togbe Afede for a possible signing of player Emmanuel Sarkodie from the division one outfit

However, the deal fell through after the player joined rivals Asante Kotoko.

He was later accused of accepting bribes from the division one club, and further demanding a percentage on the transfer of the player should Hearts of Oak eventually sign him [Sarkodie].


Hearts Of Oak expressed interest in signing Division One League side, Nkoranza Warriors midfielder Emmanuel Sarkodie.

The player was also on the radar of Asante Kotoko and Aduana Stars.

Reports indicate that the President of Nkoranza Warriors, Kuuku Bartels was invited by Hearts Of Oak CEO Frederick Nana K. Moore to have a discussion on the player to acquire his services.

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After the meeting which was held at the Hearts Of Oak Secretariat, Frederick Moore gave an amount of GHS 500 to Kuuku Bartels to use for transportation back to his base.

Akanbi, seeing Bartels off, allegedly took the GHS 200 with a promise to help necessitate the transfer of Sarkodie to the Rainbow Club.

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