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Video: Kotoko pays last respect to former chairman Yaw Bawuah

By Vincent Ashitey
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A Kotoko delegation led by Chief executive officer Nana Yaw Amponsah on Saturday paid their last respect to the memory of the late former chairman Yaw Bawuah.

The delegation included Communications ManagerDavid Obeng Nyarko, coach Prosper Narteh Ogum, captain Ismail Ganiu, Dickson Afoakwa, Fabio Gama, and others.

Yaw Bawuah was confirmed dead on Friday, January 14, 2022. He excelled when he handled the Ghanaian giants in the 1980s.

The late Yaw Bawuah, led Kotoko to win their second CAF champions league trophy in 1983, beating Egyptian giants Al Ahly in the final.

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He was the chairman of Kotoko when the Porcupine Warriors defeated Egyptian giants Al Ahly to lift their second CAF champions league trophy in 1983.

The likes of Asante Kotoko legends Opoku Nti, Papa Arko, Joseph Carr and former Black Stars coach Kwasi Appiah all played for the Reds during his tenure.

It would be recalled that Kotoko on January 23 wore black armbands and observed a minute silence during their Match Day 14 Premier League clash against Medeama SC in honour of Yaw Bawuah.