The young man who lost his temper and mercilessly manhandled his boss, has been told to step aside until further notice by the club’s top hierarchy
Aduana Stars have officially suspended the club’s communication director Dennis Asamoah indefinitely following his attack on chief executive officer Albert Commey on Sunday.
As revealed by AshesGyamera.com earlier this week, Asamoah retaliated an initial slap by Commey after he questioned him on a certain portion of the contract between the club and alcoholic beverage company Happy Man Bitters.
The incident took place few minutes after they defeated Fosa Juniors from Madagascar 6-1 in the first leg of the last qualifying round in the Caf Confederation Cup.
Commey in an interview with Sikka FM confirmed that he was attacked by Asamoah but revealed that the latter attacked him because he was drunk.
“It’s true there was a fracas between myself and Asamoah and I don’t regret slapping him. For what he did to me later, I realised he was drunk,” Commey said.
“I smelled alcohol all over him later and realised he wasn’t of himself,” he added.
AshesGyamera understands that Asamoah who previously had similar issues with the club’s former CEO Kofi Manu ‘Blue Boy’, has been advised to apologise to Commey before the club’s owner Nana Agyemang Badu pronounce the final decision after the second leg against Fosa on April 18.