Normalcy has returned to the first private-owned Sports Facility in Imo State, Osia Sports International Stadium, Okpala, after the recent distraction of a Nigeria Nationwide League One game between host Kun Khalifa and Right To Win FC.
Following a facility investigation by Wakawaka Sports Extra, it gathered that protest started when players of Right To Win FC protested a penalty awarded to the host towards the end of the game.
Investigations further revealed that football fans from the host community invaded the pitch in protest and started both verbal and fiscal altercation.
The incident led to few fans sustaining injuries such as the very first man that began the fight who was hospitalized for a day and released
When contacted, the CEO of NLO, Shola Ogunowo said the league body have recieved the report of the incident and will come out with its verdict soonest.
Ogunowo frowned at the despicable attitude of the youths of the host community and call for the immediate arrest of the fans who perpetrated the mayhem.
However, the manager of the facility, Nkemjika Romanus said a peace meeting held between the host community and all relevant stakeholders involved in the use the facility in the state was very productive and with the host community promising to hold anyone trying to destroy the development in the community will be made responsible for their actions.
The community through their leader condemned such violent actions and is promising peace and orderliness to NLO and all teams assigned to play at OISA as well-being and support to all stakeholders.
Okpala is a village of peace and tend to keep to this history