Ex Asante Kotoko Defender, Samuel Inkoom Recounts How A Kotoko Fan Dashed Him A Car

The former defending champion of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Samuel Inkoom recently shared a life story on how he had his first car gift from a loyal fan of the Kotoko club.

In an interview on Angel FM, he narrated that, his club (Kotoko) once played a league match with King Faisal one faithful day, and after the game was ended, he was told a man sought to see him. He met with the said man and they interacted at length. Now, it was after the conversation, that the man decided to take him to a particular car garage at Santasi Roundabout, and upon getting there he gave him one of the cars that were packed in the garage as a gift.

Inkoom recounted that, little did he know his encounter with this loyal fan would lead to such an incredible reward from him.

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This however led him to share his appreciation on social media for this man’s act of kindness.

He echoed, “I didn’t know him from any where. I met him for the first time. He told me he had followed through my performances since I signed for my club and is impressed with my skill. And he felt that, this is how he could motivate me to do more for the Kotoko club.”

The devoted supporter, whose identity remains undisclosed undeniably displayed an extraordinary sense of support to the hard working player who at the time could not boast of his own a vehicle for easy movements in his daily routine. In deed the supporter’s act of commitment to the club is worth emulating.

At last, Inkoom thanked the highly benevolent fan for the gift. He said in his words, “The much appreciated Car gift came to me as a surprise because, that was the first time I could boast of owning my own Car.”