Hearts of Oak Suffers More Resignation Casualties As Equipment Officer, Bus Driver Also Quit Job
442gh.com can confirm that Accra Hearts of Oak have lost two more of their working staff as the first team’s Equipment officer Alhassan Abdulrahman and Team driver Julius Abloah joins the list of departing members of staff.
Mr. Abdulrahman, who’s worked with the club for close to 2 decades, according to our close sources within the club is leaving because of poor salary by the club.
The source says, the ‘workaholic’ equipment officer has complained without a number for his salary to be revised, but the club’s management would have non of that. Our investigations reveal the long-serving officer receives just a little above the National Minimum wage as salary, an amount he’s complained about over the years as too low for his duties with the club.
On his part, driver of the team bus Julius Abloah, who our source said was yet to tender in his resignation letter, did not give the immediate reason for his decision to leave, but its believed to be in connection with the recent ‘crisis’ in the club that has seen the resignation of virtually all members of the technical team. Mr. Abloah, who’s been the club's driver for decades will be the last straw to break the camel’s back’ if he finally tenders in his resignation letter, to mark the end of an era with the current staff of the club.
Hearts of Oak have suffered mass resignation from members of the technical team in the last 2 weeks, citing several reasons for their resignation, many of which are attributed to interference in their job.