Lugogo – After days of speculation, KCCA FC have finally confirmed that Josephine Namukasa resigned as club Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
The current Uganda cup holders confirmed the developments through a statement that was released to the media on Tuesday evening.
“The Board of Directors of KCCA FC at its monthly meeting held on September-06-2018 received and accepted the resignation of Ms. Josephine Namukasa as acting CEO of KCCA FC, read the statement.
Namukasa was appointed as acting CEO in June 2017 and served in the same capacity until her resignation.
“In order to ensure continuity of the club’s operations, the Board of Directors of KCCA FC in exercise of its mandate has appointed Ms. Anisha Shahir Muhoozi as its acting CEO effective September-10-2018, continued the statement.
“Mr. Moses Kaddu will serve as Acting manager for operations and administration.
“We thank Ms. Namukasa for her gallant leadership and we are grateful for her tireless contributions to the club.
It is worth noting that Namukasa was the first Female Club CEO in Ugandan football.
This all comes just days to the Philip Omondi Invitational tournament that is annually hosted by KCCA FC at its home-StarTimes Stadium, Lugogo.
The preseason tournament that is aimed at remembering arguably the greatest Uganda footballer of all time-Philip Omondi, will take place on Friday and Saturday this week.