Uganda Premier League

Interim SC Villa administration fires Publicist with nine-months arrears

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Adon Sharon (left) has been fired via Facebook by SC Villa with unpaid arrears amounting to 10-Million Uganda Shillings - [Courtesy Photo]

StarTimes Uganda Premier League outfit Sports Club Villa has fired Publicist Sharon Adong under unknown circumstances.

SC Villa through their Social Media platform SC Villa announced the appointment of Mr. Bernard Olupot as the new Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the CLub with immediate effect.

The Club went ahead to bid farewell to Adong Sharon in a black and white portrait with the message:

We extend our gratitude to the outgoing PRO Ms. Adong Sarah Sharon. Thank you for your dedicated and passionate service at Villa Park. You have our heartfelt thanks!

All the best for the future!

Adong Sharon was appointed by the last Sports Club Villa President, Eng. Immanuel Ben Misagga on 14th July 2018 before he was forced out of the Club after the Club failed to hold elections.

On a sad note, Adong is forced out with 10-months of unpaid arrears by an interim administration that has failed to hold the elections since December. She cites the new CEO, Shawn Mubiru as the main perpetrator for her dismissal.

Sharon says;

I did not receive any warning or any letter terminating my services. I tried seeking a word from the CEO (Shawn Mubiru) but he has since remain silent on the matter.

She said.

My contract expires in 2022 but they wanted me to sign a new contract that intended to reduce my salary, something I objected to.

I am taking Villa to court

She added.

Said Sharon who is on her way back to Kampala from Maracha where she was attending a Youth leadership workshop.

We could get hold of Sharon’s contract.

She promised to expose the dirty linen at the Club should the Club fail to arrest the situation on time.

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A screenshot detailing Adong Sharon’s response to SC Villa’s Facebook post in which she was fired.


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