A year after assault charges were filed against him, Papi Sarr has been sent a deportation order by the Bureau of Immigration, Sunday.
“This refers to the deportation complaint of Alexander Exodus Santos Cordero against Soulemane Gawall Cherif (Sherif) Sarr (Papi) for undesirability due to acts of unjust vexation and threats,” opened the BI’s order.
“To address the foregoing, we order Soulemane to: 1.) Update his stay and pay immigration fees fine and penalties from July 15, 2020 up to the actual implementation of this order to be computed by Tourist Visa Section; 2.) Secure ECC and NBI clearance; and 3.) Leave the country within 30 days from receipt of this order.”
Back on March 5, 2020, Sarr, a former Cameroonian student-athlete of Adamson and now a sports agent, threatened Adamson athletics director Fr. Aldrin Suan during a tune-up game of the Soaring Falcons.
According to the school’s official publication Adamson Chronicle, the 25-year-old Sarr felt infuriated after the school dismissed him from the team due to “misbehavior and missing team practices without reasonable excuse.”
Sarr confronted Suan, grabbing the priest by the scruff of his neck, then tried to stuff his dismissal letter inside the shirt of the official.
Sarr allegedly shouted, “Who are you to do this to me?”
Records have shown that Sarr’s visa expired last July 15 and there was no extension filed. He also did not comply with the request to submit a counter-affidavit on the allegations raised on him.
During that time, Sarr was trying to return to Adamson after sitting out UAAP Season 82.