Kitara Football Club president Denis Ryan Musinguzi has resigned from his position at the club.
The unfortunate decision comes at a time of the club’s challenging times as they failed to attain the direct promotional slot to the Uganda Premier League.
Musinguzi acknowledges the bold fact that it has been an intriguing decision to make, before he quickly cites the ‘busy’ schedule before his table.
In a memo particularly addressed to the Kitara Football Club first vice president Owek. Brian Kaboyo, Musinguzi also attaches copies to the FUFA Chief Executive Officer (FUFA) Edgar Watson, all the vice presidents at Kitara FC and the club’s CEO, Joshua ‘Taata Angels’ Atugonza.
Denis Musinguzi, former President of Kitara Football Club
Given the fact that I have got another busy schedule, I can no longer give enough time to the team. It has not been an easy decision to take, indeed, it is painful to step down from leadership of the best club in the country that I cherish most and that has become part of my blood.
Musinguzi who took over the club management three years ago throws a bunch of appreciation to a couple of individuals with whom he has shouldered the responsibilities at the club.
It has been a beautiful journey. Appreciation to Gilbert Nyaika, Francis Mugerwa, Emmanuel Nsabimana, Joshua Atugonza, Godfrey Bamwenda, Bernard Kanyoro, Rogers Byamukama, George Kabwimukya, James Ayebale, Hasheem Mwesige, the entire Kitara Region Football Association, FUFA administration and all those that I have served with on the management team. Indeed, we have achieved a lot. I can walk out smiling when I see the numbers that attend local matches ever since I embarked on this journey.
A shrewd administrator in his epoch, Musinguzi has been a known diligent leader, a go-getter of sorts and one who will spend every penny in his wallet and fat bank account to execute pending work tasks at hand.