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Former Kotoko PRO leads crusades against corruption in football in Ghana

A former Public Relations Officer (PRO) of Premier league team, Asante Kotoko Football Club, Listowell Yesu Bukarson is lacing his boots to lead series of demonstrations in the country against corruption in sports especially football which has over the years taken a nosedive.

In a release, he issued and copied to, the Executive Director of  The Press Foundation christened the demonstrations “Save Ghana Football Now Demonstrations”

He said, “ The Press Foundation, TPF, is scheduled to hold series of demonstrations in Accra and Kumasi to call on the government to salvage the dwindling fortunes of sports, especially football in Ghana.”

Read the full text of release below;

Football united this country.

The sport which used to be the passion of the nation has seen a stark decline in interest.

This, we believe, is as a result of the self-aggrandizement, greed, palpable corruption and selfishness among others.

We believe that the highly anticipated Anas Aremeyaw Anas undercover investigations into football will give this country the biggest opportunity to cleanse the game.

 In view of this, The Press Foundation, will on Tuesday, 29th May, 2018 hold a press conference in Accra to detail the media on the demonstrations.

Another press conference will be held in Kumasi on Thursday, 31th June, 2018.

The demonstrations will be under the Theme; “SAVE GHANA FOOTBALL NOW”.


Listowell Yesu Bukarson.

Executive Director,

The Press Foundation, TPF.