New Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club (URA FC) CEO Henry Mayeku has promised to take the tax collectors back to the top, “where they are supposed to be”.
Henry Mayeku was announced as 5he new CEO of URA FC on Tuesday evening after a few months and series of interviews that the club board held to find Ivan Kakembo’s replacement whose contract wasn’t renewed after it expired in November last year.
Mayeku, who is a Former URA general secretary has been handed a one-year renewable contract with the four-time Uganda Premier league champions and takes over from Bridget Nakayenga who has been acting as the Club’s CEO on an interim basis.
Speaking to the club media during his unveiling, Mayeku said he is excited to be back home and promised to take the club back to the top.
“URA FC is a club everyone would dream to work with. I am so happy to come back and associate with a place I call home,” Mayeku told the club media team before adding, ” I promise to bring professionalism, experience and interpersonal skills which I believe will take URA FC back to the top where it’s supposed to be.”
Last season, URA FC finished fifth on the log with 40 points from 25 games at the moment when the league was prematurely ended due to Coronavirus crisis.