Asante Kotoko midfielder Samuel Appiah Kubi could also be keen on soccer however that has no longer stopped him from serving his folks as he holds a chieftancy place in his native land.
Appiah Kubi is Kontihene of the Nkoranza Akonkonti Odumase Traditional Area and has the stool Nana Appiah Kumanin.
Samuel Appiah Kubi joined the Porcupine Warriors from Nkoranza Warriors this season in his bid to damage into the very aggressive Kotoko midfield under new head trainer CK Akonnor.
“I’m from Nkoranza in the Brong Ahafo region and I’m the chief of Sefwiman. It’s been three years since I was enstooled as chief, I had then returned from Madagascar. I made the elders aware I wouldn’t leave my football career for the chieftaincy role”.
“They initially didn’t like the idea but I argued I wouldn’t want to leave my passion for people especially the aged to worship me as a chief. It doesn’t affect me because I perform rituals yearly and in the adjudicating of cases and emergency situations, I have elders who do that in my absence. I only go back in emergency situations”.
“The whole enjoying body and control of Kotoko know I’m a first-rate, first of all it used to be best the trainer who knew about it. Even before that the players and everybody gave me the utmost admire wanted.
“I have elders who will be in charge and see through the smooth running of my administration so I’m opened to contracts outside the country”.
“I have no intentions of leaving football for the chieftaincy role now until I’m no more energetic or is affected by an injury. I will feature for Kotoko in case we play any team in Nkoranza”.
The 20-year previous silky central midfielder used to be one of the most highest performers for Nkoranza Warriors within the Division one league facet all over his stint on the membership within the 2017-18 second-tier league.