NPP faithful, Nana Ameyaw Manu the owner of the Techiman Eleven Wonders FC has cautioned the Techiman north assembly to pay him 450.000 Ghana cedis before the end of September 2022 or face law court action.
The NPP faithful, Nana Ameyaw explained to the Nkyeremu News that, the Techiman north assembly confronted him on the 7th of December 2016 to fix Tuobodom Technical secondary and the Tuobodom Roman Catholic school that were both hit by the rainstorm.
According to Nana Ameyaw, his company by the name, Kofi Ash construction limited secured a loan of 550,000 cedis to renovate the two schools on time to be used for academic work.
Nana Ameyaw said the work assigned to him in 2016 was completed on time for use, but the assembly has paid only 125,000 cedis and were paid in bits.
Nana Ameyaw Manu is worried that the assembly deducted VAT on the money that was paid as part payment due to him.
Nana Ameyaw said the money has now lost its value completely and any further delay apart from the deadline will compel him to take court action.
Nana Ameyaw further said, he provided a pickup for both Techiman north and south assembles for the 2016 campaign, but the party has turned their back on him. He said the locked money largely contributed to the relegation of the Techiman Eleven Wonders football club to division one.
Nana Ameyaw said it has also badly affected his farming business and other jobs, as he has gone bankrupt.