Hearts of Oak owned Nigerian forward Danjuma Ademola Kuti has expressed his shock at the inadequate facilities at his new club despite the storied history and grand nature of the club.

The lanky striker inked his signature on the dotted lines for a two-year deal as the Phobians back in May as the Phobians beefed up their squad.

Kuti has featured for Lobi Stars and Fujairah SC in the United Arab Emirates and has been clubless since October last year.

Sharing his thoughts on the club’s Pobiman project, which is moving at a fast pace due to the dedication from local contractors K.A. Estate Limited – who will finish the groundsworks after three months, Danjuma talked up the benefits of the project.

“I have heard of the new project [Pobiman] ongoing, it will help a lot because most times I like using Gym center, I like doing a lot of flexibility training so it’s very important to be more professional just that I was surprised,” he told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.

The Nigerian striker was not shy to express his shock at the club’s lack of facilities to match their grand nature.

“You know Hearts of Oak is a very big club and I felt there will be a lot of facilities. I know they are very professional but I expected more,” he ended.

Below are photos of how far the contractors have gone with their construction at Pobiman:

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