Kotoko can’t travel to Cameroon by Unity Air

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Asante Kotoko’s initial plan of flying to Cameroon by Kwame Kyei’s Unity Air has been canceled following the airline’s inability to secure international Clearance Certificate.

The Porcupine warriors are the only team representing Ghana in Africa, thus the CAF Confederation Cup and will soon leave the shores of the country ahead of the much-anticipating game with Coton Sports de Garoua.

Kotoko is slated to play as visitors to Cameroon side Coton Sports in the final play-off of the Confederation Cup after eliminating Sharks.

The Kumasi-based outfit planned on leaving Ghana to Cameroon with charted flight owned by club chairman, DR. Kwame Kyei, according to Greater Accra Representative.

However, a source revealed to Kumasi based radio station, Ashh FM that, the Porcupine warriors cannot make the trip to Cameroon with the club’s Chairman, Dr. Kwame Kyei Unity Airlines following their inability to get International Clearance Certificate to airlift to Cameroon.

The doubleheader is slated for January, however, Kotoko will honor the first leg on Sunday, January 13 in Cameroon.

The return leg will be played in Kumasi at the Baba Yara Stadium a week after.

Ghana | Atinkaoanline.com