Former Hearts of Oak midfielder, Paul Acquah has given rave reviews about club owner, Togbe Afede XIV.
The Sunon Asogli state king has ran the club since 2011 when he bought majority stake following the floatation of shares.
His best term during over a decade’s reign has been the 2020/21 league season where the club swept the domestic treble with former coach, Samuel Boadu.
Paul Acquah says Togbe Afede XIV deserves plaudits for the gradual transformation of the club into a big team in the nearest future.
“The man [Togbe Afede XIV] is somebody who has sympathy for mankind.
“He has a good heart and I can say Hearts of Oak doesn’t really fetch much returns for him.
“Among all his business, Hearts of Oak is the least to bring him return on profit.
“He just loves the football and that is why he invests a lot of money to make sure that everything goes on well.
“How many players have Hearts of Oak transferred, I can’t really remember so Togbe Afede doesn’t really make much from the club.” Paul Acquah told Radio Gold Sports.
Acquah, 28, spent five seasons with the Phobians after gaining promotion to the senior side.
Acquah previously played for Kenya club, Wazito fc before joining Nigeria Professional Football League club, Rivers United.