Lions Chairman Pulls Out Pistol At El-Wak
Lions Chairman Pulls Out Pistol At El-Wak Website
Heart of Lions Chairman, Victor Ahiakpor pulled out a pistol at the El-Wak Stadium when fighting broke out during his team’s game with Zaytuna on Wednesday. The fully loaded pistol with serial number 75U31820, a CAL 7mlm65 make was impounded by three soldiers who arrived at the scene. After an initial struggle with the security men, Ahiakpor surrendered the weapon to the soldiers and drove away in his Range Rover Sport car. The chairman was apparently infuriated by the assault visited on one of the team’s backroom staff by some fans of Zaytuna after fighting broke out among supporters during the game. Ahiakpor who had joined the game midway in the company of some “macho men” complained about the lack of security at the stadium where the visitors lost by a lone goal. After several verbal exchanges, the men of the Lions’ chairman tried to force open one of the rooms where the Zaytuna hooligans were being kept apparently to retaliate but were restrained by the security men. It was after tempers had escalated that the chairman pulled out the weapon. The security men sent the loaded pistol to the Military Police Barracks to lodge a complaint. Soon after that, two police cars filled with personnel arrived at the venue, which had hosted the over 90 minute’s game without a single police personnel.