The magazine excluded that in the list of sponsored Media, which were receiving million of euros from KEELPNO (Disease Control Center) for the "solid promotion of the Centre '(!) is included METRORAMA Publishing Company, owned my Aimilios Kotsonis, who stars for months in the notorious case of drug-carrying ship Noor 1.
"The mismanagement scandal will continue be in Justice's radar, since KEELPNO paid millions of euros, taken from the State, with a big part of them going to... communication and advertisement. From their giant budget of 56.500.000 euros in 2014, almost 10% of them (5.868.309 euros) were given in order to sponsor specific Media.
The worst part is that this huge amount of money went to Media without many readers or real publicity. For example, METRORAMA Publishing Company received 86.468 euros for one year. The owner of METRORAMA is offshore company VOISINS LIMITED from Cyprus, which belongs to Aimilios Kotsonis, the man who is involved in the case of two tones of heroine carried by ship Noor 1.
The payment of Aimilios Kotsonis, who is still imprisoned with the accuse of being the mastermind of the drug traffic, is most likely for advertisement through his free press newspaper METRO", was the main point of Kostas Vaxevanis at HOT DOC.
We should also mention that METRORAMA Publishing Company were also publishing free press athletic newspaper "Stadio", which was shared to the fans of Olympiakos before home games at Karaiskaki Stadium until recently. So, it seems weird that the administration of the Reds denied officially any relationship with Aimilios Kotsonis, since they had this working deal.
Of course, it is well known that nobody share advertising material in Olympiakos' home games without the acceptance of the club's officials, especially "Stadio", a free athletic newspaper exclusively about Reds' issues, with many famous journalists of their reportage working in it.