UPDATES with match against Hearts of Oak cancelled, details on tributes to be paid.
"The Ghana Football Association has learnt with sadness (of) an accident involving the team bus of Kumasi Asante Kotoko on their return to Kumasi following their Premier League match with Inter Allies in Accra on Wednesday", reads the statement.
The team bus carrying Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko was involved in a horrific accident on Wednesday night.
John Mahama, who is a fan of Division 1 side, Real Tamale United (RTU) posted on his Facebook timeline that, "Let's remember Asante Kotoko S.C.in our prayers".
The incident took place in the southern town of Nkawkaw, where the bus is said to have hit a stationary truck. Ghana's President Nana Akufo-Addo said he was "saddened" by the incident.
"Our thoughts and prayers are with Kumasi Asante Kotoko, particularly the injured officials and players, who are now receiving treatment", the GFA said in a statement.
"We also commend all those who assisted Kotoko during the hard moment, as well as Okwawu United, who made their bus available to transport injured Kotoko players to Kumasi, the statement concluded".
Asante Kotoko had lost to Inter Allies, so ending a 10-game run without a defeat to leave the two-time African champions fourth in the league.
They used the social media channels to express their consolation and asked for prayers for the team in their trying moment.
The PLB however announced that the other remaining matches will be played as scheduled and advised the clubs to put on red and black arm bands during the game.
A minute's silence will also be held, Tettey-Oku added.