Management has visited players and officials of Kariobangi Sharks and assured them of their assistance during their stay in Kumasi.
The Asante Kotoko CAF Confederation Cup opponents arrived in Kumasi on Thursday and have been lodging at the Crystal Rose Hotel at Ahodwo with a spacious luxurious bus put at their disposal for use.
Chief Executive Officer, George Amoako, and Greater Accra Representative, Edmund Ackah, were in their camp on Friday to find out how they were faring.
They discussed issues concerning their welfare and asked them if they had encountered any problem while in Ghana to which they answered in the negative.
Edmund Ackah told Kotoko Express App: “They are our visitors. We went to their hotel to find out how they are doing and also to tell them that we are available to offer them every assistance possible while they are here.”
“We asked if they have had any problems since they got here and they said, no.”
Asante Kotoko host Kariobangi Sharks at the Baba Yara Stadium in a second leg clash after earning a barren draw in Nairobi in the first leg game of the second preliminary round.