International Criminal Police Organization, INTERPOL are on the look-out for erstwhile Asante Kotoko midfield enforcer Sulley Muniru over an alleged match fixing offense, according to a report filed by online portal sportsworldGhana.com.
Muniru, 28, who recently terminated his contract with the Porcupine Warriors on mutual grounds is wanted by the Accra branch of INTERPOL following a request from their counterparts in the Mauritanian capital over alleged match fixing.
It would be recalled that Muniru, the younger sibling of former Ghanaian star Sulley Muntari, was part of the Asante Kotoko team that ousted FC Nouadhibou from the CAF Champions League in the preliminary round over two legs.
In an INTERPOL letter dated January 29, 2021 and addressed to the Controller General of the Ghana Immigration Service(GIS), the Police disclosed that Muniru is under investigation for alleged football match fixing and were seeking to know whether he was in Ghana between the period of October and November 2020.
The INTERPOL also requested for the player’s travel history to assist with their investigation.
Below is the letter from INTERPOL to the Ghana Immigration Service: