Officials in Oakland Park are reporting that a clerk was shot and killed in an altercation between customers and employees.The incident occurred Monday around 12:30 a.m at a 7-Eleven.Authorities did not say what led to the incident, however, a source close to the case told reporters that the brawl may have started over an employee refusing to sell a customer a cigar because the customer did not have their ID and looked young. The customer then reportedly became angry and started yelling which caused another employee to get involved. The employees were attempting to escort the customer out of the store when one of the employees was shot in the parking lot.The 57-year-old victim was rushed to Broward Health North where they later died.The shooter was briefly detained for questioning but according to the police report, no arrest have been made at this time.It is unclear if the shooter was the customer being escorted or if someone else involved pulled the trigger.Authorities have not released the name of the victim due to the inability to reach their next of kin.
In furtherance of its continued support for sports and commitment to youth development in Nigeria, Chi Limited recently participated in the finals of the just concluded Lagos State Principal’s Cup.Renowned to be one of the biggest grassroots football competitions in Nigeria, the tournament comprises inter-secondary school soccer amongst schools in Lagos. Shola Olaogun, a student of Onitolo Grammar School, Surulere Lagos, thanked the management of Chi Limited for also identifying with the Lagos State Principals’ Cup and the opportunity it brings. According to Chi Limited’s head of Marketing, Probal Bhattacharya, “for us at Chi Limited, we recognize the power of sports for social good. Our support for sports in Nigeria is predicated on its hugely positive impact on development goals including improving health, education and community cohesion as well as communicate important messages to a range of different audiences.Through our flagship brand Chivita 100 per cent fruit juice, we shall continue to offer refreshment and nourishment necessary for youth development and sports”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram