Asante Kotoko left-back Imoro Ibrahim has rubbished claims by the owner of lower-tier side Alhaji Nash that he begs for food from teammates to survive since he joined the club.
The former Karela United defender joined the Porcupines from the lower division side at the beginning of the 2019/2020 season on a 4-year-deal on the recommendation of Maxwell Konadu.
According to Thunder FC President Alhaji Nash, the GHS80,000 signing on fee is yet to be paid after six months, together with unpaid wages forcing the left-back to become a beggar in Kumasi.
But the Black Stars B defender has denied such claims, insisting no player of the biggest club in Ghana will beg for food.
“The news that I beg for food in Kumasi to survive is not true,” he said as quoted by Ghanasoccernet.com.
“How can someone play for one of the biggest clubs in Ghana and be begging for food?,” he asked.
Imoro has been impressive since his switch to the Porcupines and have made 11 appearances in the suspended Ghana premier league scoring once which was against Bechem United in Accra.