Isaac Tetteh says he will be employing all means necessary to retrieve debts owed him by Hearts of Oak.
Tetteh claims he is owed over $600,000 by the club reaching as far back as in 2003 – the figure he says, have accrued interest over the period of time.
The businessman says he has been waiting patiently for the club to make moves towards the payment of the debts especially after the flotation of shares.
His patience however appears to have run out and says it is about time he takes steps towards retrieving his monies.
“The money is a lot and because of interest charges the amount is now over $1m,” he told Kumasi-based Angel FM.
“Nobody seems to care about this and they say they have done flotation.
“There are documents to prove and soon I will be organizing a press conference to lay out the facts.
“I am no fool and will be taking any means necessary available for me to retrieve the debts.”
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