Management of Asante Kotoko has scheduled a screening exercise for every member of the team on board the bus that got involved in an accident on Wednesday.
The exercise to be led by the club’s medical team will be conducted on Saturday.
A statement issued by the Head of Asante Kotoko’s Medical Team, Dr Michael Leat, on Thursday said all treated and discharged victims of Wednesday night’s accident in Nkawkaw will undergo another screening.
Kotoko’s bus rammed into a stationary KIA truck at Nkawkaw while the team was returning from a narrow 0-1 loss to Inter Allies in the Ghana Premier League.
The injured players and officials were rushed to the Holy Family Hospital in the Eastern Region.
Those in critical conditions were transported to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH).
“Players and officials who sustained minor injuries have all been treated and discharged.”
The club confirmed that its Deputy Equipment Officer, Kofi Asare, lost his life.
“Management has met his family to brief them of the sad event,” Dr Leat’s statement indicated.
Those still on admission are Coach Steve Polack, midfielder Ashitey Ollennu and bus driver Nana Berkye.
There have been messages of support from several individuals and groups for the club.
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