National Chapters Committee (NCC) Chairman of Hearts of Oak, Elvis Herman Hesse has narrated what led to the altercation between him and the club’s Board Member Vincent Odotei Sowah.
The two club officials were captured in a video involved in a heated argument following Hearts of Oak’s exit from the CAF Confederations Cup on Sunday.
Explaining what transpired in an interview with Happy FM, Elvis Hesse said: “What Odotei did yesterday clearly shows how they are managing the club. You see where he was sitting and where I was sitting he was exchanging words with a supporter. I was not part of it I haven’t provoke him he also hasn’t provoke me. He just had a problem with a supporter.
“I only went into the middle and separated the two of them then push the supporter to the side. Then I told him Odotei allow the supporters to speak at this moment don’t try to stop them from talking. It is not good for you this is my sin, then he started attacking me saying NCC chairman and you are inciting supporters.
“I am only telling you don’t gag them allow them to speak their mind that’s how they are when things are not going well they will express it and go home this is my sin. He said me and Frank Nelson are destroying the club,” the NCC Chairman told Happy FM as quoted by footballghana.com
Meanwhile, Elvis Herman Hesse is currently in police custody. The former Board member of Hearts of Oak was invited by the police to assist in investigations over the altercation.