Asante Kotoko defender, Ibrahim Imoro has vehemently denied claims by his manager that he begs for food to survive in Kumasi since joining the Reds.
Alhaji Abdulai Nash, who is the owner of Division Two side Thunder FC said in an interview that the former Karela United FC player is struggling with life at the Ashanti regional capital.
He made this comments while talking about debt owed him by Asante Kotoko after purchasing the player.
According to Thunder FC Alhaji Nash, the GHS80,000 signing on fee is yet to be paid after six months, together with unpaid wages forcing the left-back to become a beggar in Kumasi.
But the Black Stars B defender called on the supporters and hierarchy of the club to disregard such comments, insisting he cannot beg for food while playing for the biggest club in the country.
“The news that I beg for food in Kumasi to survive is not true,” he is quoted as saying by Ghana Soccer net.
“How can someone play for one of the biggest clubs in Ghana and be begging for food?,” he asked.
Ibrahim Imoro is currently one of the best left back in the country, having made significant progress since joining the Ghanaian giants.