Former Ghana Premier League campaigners – Techiman City Football Club [TCFC] have allegedly lodged a complaint to the Police against some faceless persons who vandalized its banners erected to welcome FA President [Kurt Okraku] into the Bono Region over the weekend.

The Division One League side while condemning the act also questioned the motive behind such an unlawful gesture and promised to help the Police fish out those faceless individuals.

Read the statement below

The attention of Techiman City Football Club has been drawn to the destruction of it’s banner made to welcome the president of the Ghana Football Association and his Entourage to Techiman, the capital of the Bono East Region.

Techiman City Football Club heard of his coming to Techiman for a funeral and therefore decided to welcome him with a big banner. The banner was displayed just at the box junction connecting the Sunyani – Nkoranza and the Kumasi -Tamale roads, exactly on the fence housing the newly constructed Techiman Hemaas palace.

The management and supporters are not happy about this nasty act. Techiman city cannot put the blame at the doorsteps of Techiman Eleven wonders as alleged by some supporters since we do not have evidence to that effect but would want to say that, whoever did that will surely pay a heavy price for it and must surely bury his head in the sand.

The matter has also been reported to the police and investigations are on going. This step has been taking because Techiman City Football Club believes in the rule of law and the justice system in Ghana.

The matter was also reported to the GFA president Kurt okraku at a meeting held at Encorm Hotel annex by the CEO of Techiman City Football Club Kobla Abotchie with evidence of the torn banner in the presence of some management members and supporters.

Techiman city Football Club is a peace loving sporting club and would not succumb to any unlawful act. We once again condemn this unlawful, barbaric , uncivilized, unmatured, uncouff and shameful act being perpetrated by Madness to the highest other.

We Techiman city Football Club management and supporters express our gratitude to the media for the support given us. Thanks.