Asante Kotoko has through a press release accused officials of FC Nouadhibou of being behind the story insisting that former midfielder Muniru Sulley is wanted by the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL).
On Wednesday, February 3, 2021, a document that circulated in the media gave the indication that the former CFR Cluj midfielder is being investigated by INTERPOL over match-fixing allegations.
The letter dated January 29, 2021, and addressed to the Controller General of the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) disclosed that Muniru Sulley is under investigation while seeking to know whether he was in Ghana between the period of October and November 2020.
Subsequently, in a press release from Asante Kotoko, they have pointed fingers at officials of Mauritanian side FC Nouadhibou.
According to the release signed by Acting Communications Manager David Obeng, FC Nouadhibou has resorted to creating the false story after suffering elimination in the CAF Champions League at the hands of the Porcupine Warriors.
Below is the press release from Asante Kotoko with more information on the matter:
Source: Modern Ghana