Cross River Sports Commission Chairman Gets Beaten Over Quit Notice To Commissioner

In Breaking News, Politics, Sports

By CrossRiverWatch Admin

The Cross River State Commissioner for Sports and Cinematography, Chief Offu Aya has reportedly assaulted a colleague in the sports ministry.

Offu was alleged to have ordered thugs to beat up the Chairman of the State Sports Commission, Emmanuel Elom over office space.

Daily Post gathered that the incident occurred on Monday morning at the U. J. Esuene Sports Stadium in Calabar, Cross River State when the Commissioner, Chief Aya assumed office and went to occupy the office.

According to Elom whose clothes were torn and his phone taken away, he lamented that he had asked the Commissioner to relocate to his office at the State secretariat and leave the stadium office for him, which angered the Commissioner.

The Commission Chairman had written a quit notice dated the 17 of April, 2020 to the Commissioner.

See quit notice below.

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