Kumasi 104.1. Fm can reveal that Accra Hearts of Oak’s midfielder Abdul Mamani Lawali was this morning turned away by medical officers at the hospital Hearts booked for his treatment.
The reason the hospital gave for this decision is the fact that Accra Hearts of Oak owes the hospital huge sums of money and as a result of their indebtedness they cannot treat any other player of the club.
Heritage Africa drags Hearts of Oak to Fifa and demands $1.5 million as compensation for Lawali.
Heritage Soccer Agency, representatives of Abdul Mamani Lawali are in the process of filling a complaints with Fifa for the negligence and insurance for the injury of their client.
Speaking exclusively with Kumasi 104.1 Fm Mr Samuel Joel Atolagbe the CEO of Heritage Soccer Agency said;
“Lawali got injured on the 4th of January 2021 and has since not received any medical attention, we engaged the club and compelled them to start treatment since 3 weeks ago and we decided to take the matter to Fifa but the club pleaded with us to stop and promised to start the treatment and also pay the player’s outstanding signing on fees.
We gave them one week to redeem their promise and the one week ends today the 26th of March 2021, don’t forget that my client has been injured for 9 weeks.
Now what we entend to do is to inform our legal department to write to the club to terminate the contract of the player with a demand for $1.5 million for insurance, negligence, and compensation.
I have been gathering evidence for the past three weeks, we have alot evidence, we have material evidence, vocal evidence and documentary evidence. Some of their important staff have confirmed to me in a conversation that they (Accra Hearts of Oak) have wasted time on attending to the injury and even the medical doctor of the club told the player that the 9 weeks is clearly a waste of time.