URA FC CEO Edward Kulubya has handed in his resignation, immediately relinquishing the position that he has held for over four years.
In a letter addressed to the club chairman, James Kiiza, Kulubya sighted studies abroad as the factor for his resignation and thanked URA FC for the support rendered towards him during his tenure.
“Following the club board meeting of Monday, 10th September 2018, concerning the resolution about my studies aboard, I submit my resignation as Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club Chief Executive Officer, said Kulubya in his letter to the club Chairman.
“My resignation takes immediate effect.
“Allow me to thank everybody around URA FC for the support rendered to me during my time as CEO.
Kulubya has been the Tax Collectors’ CEO since 2014 when he assumed the post.
He is expected to departs for the United Kingdom on Wednesday, 12th September 2018 for a year-long course in Management.
The URA FC board has appointed Bridget Nakayenga as acting CEO.