President and owner of Ghana Premier League side Bechem United, Kingsley Owusu Achiaw aka Agama says that he will name a stand at the Bechem Park after star man and cult hero Augustine Okrah.

The player led the charge of the Ahafo based side as they hunted elusively for the Ghana Premier League and MTN FA Cup double.

He was shown a red card on Sunday as his side lost 2-0 to Accra Hearts of Oak to lift the ultimate at the Baba Yara Stadium.

Emmanuel Avornyo gave Bechem United the lead but Hearts quickly leveled through a superb goal from Caleb Amankwaah before Daniel Afriyie Barnieh won it for Hearts in the second half.

Speaking in an interview with Asempa FM, the owner of Bechem United says that he will honour Okrah by naming a stand at the club's stadium after him.

"I will renovate the stand where he celebrates when he scores for the Bechem United and name it the Augustine Okrah Stand.

The one across the Sunyani road, we will name it the Augustine Okrah stand."

|I will not forget about the good deeds of Okrah because he saw a red card against Hearts of Oak.

We want his kids to know that he played for Bechem United and did well in the past."

"It is the one who goes to fetch water that breaks the pot as Okrah assured me that he will bring the cup to Bechem."

The former Kotoko forward scored 14 goals for his side in the 2021/2022 Ghana Premier League season.