Accra Hearts of Oak have pulled down the current structure at their Asylum Down which served as a secretariat for the construction of an ultra modern edifice.

The Ghanaian giants are seriously considering infrastructural development within its quarters with the ongoing Pobiman Project which is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Former club chairman and Gbese Mantse, Nii Ayi Bontey known in private life as Tommy Okine among several other prominent persons were present when the club cut sod for the construction of the new secretariat.

According to the owner and majority shareholder of the club, the edifice is among the steps being taken  by the club to modernization.

Speaking at the club's Commercial Centre commissioning, Togbe Afede XIV said "It is very important to take certain decisions to modernise the club if we want to compete as one of the best clubs on the African continent.

"We celebrated 110 years of our existence last year and this year we have another big one coming up in November so it is very important to put in place measures to put the club back to where it belong."

Gbese Mantse helped Togbe Afede to cut the sod for the construction of an ultra modern office complex.