Coker says the Kotoko chairman did not buy the car as an official gift from the club for the player but was on a guarantor on his behalf as he was expected to pay for the car in instalment.
There were earlier reports that Kotoko had asked Jackson Owusu to return the car due to disagreement over his decision to leave the club.
”It’s like you bought something from someone on credit with an assurance to pay on a given date which you failed to, and he asks you to return the item”, Coker demonstrated to Fox FM
“I cannot explain what he (Jackson Owusu) agreed with Dr Kyei before Dr. guaranteed for him, but what I have been told is that Jackson made Dr Kyei serve as a guarantor for him so that he pays at the agreed date, so if you failed to pay and the owner demands a return of the car, I don’t think that should be a problem” he concluded.
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