A 30-man contingent of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, will fly on ASKY Airlines from Accra to Cameroon, on Friday, January 11, for the first leg encounter against Cotton Sport in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Confederation Cup competition.
Information gathered by GNA Sports, indicates that, Unity Air, owned by the club’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Dr. Kwame Kyei, couldn’t get the required clearance to fly into Cameroon, hence the decision to turn to the Pan African Airline for rescue.
Kotoko, who are targeting qualification to the group stages of this year’s CAF Confederation would face off against the Cameroon giants, in the first round play-off on Sunday, January 13, at the Roumde Adjia Stadium in Garoua.
The Porcupine Warriors edged Kenyan side, Kariobangi Sharks out from the Confederation Cup by 2-1 aggregate scoreline.
ASKY Airlines, has been the leading Pan African Airline, that plies West and Central African routes.