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Listowell Yesu Bukarson is the next to hand in his resignation at Asante Kotoko after he stepped down Marketing manager of the club.

The professional journalist tendered in his resignation on Tuesday to follow his boss Dr. Desmond Sarpong who has also exited the club.

Bukarson cited his busy schedule due to his other professional assignments as the reason for his resignation.

This reason however comes as a surprise as the Bukarson was involved in all his other professional works before taking up a managerial position role with the Premier League champions except for his recent election as chairman of the Ashanti Regional chairman of the Ghana Journalist of Ghana.

“This is to resign from Kumasi Asante Kotoko SC as Marketing Manager. It’s been extremely exciting working for this great Royal Club over the last two years,” Bukarson stated in his resignation letter.

“Even though this decision is with a heavy heart, it’s surely unavoidable thanks to a heap of equally very important business challenges on my table.

“As Ashanti Regional Chairman of the Ghana Journalists Association, Administrative and Marketing Manager of Metro FM and Executive Director of Authentic Group Limited, I guess am too occupied to handle the Kotoko office.”

The real reason for his resignation, it is believed to show solidarity to his boss Dr. Sarpong who resigned a few weeks ago.

Bukarson has been with Kotoko for the past two years – during which period he helped the club win the Super Cup and a successful Premier League defence.
Source: Ghanasoccernet.com

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