Sixteen-time Uganda Premier League champions SC Villa are slated to hold a press conference to declare the work done by the interim committee that is led by former player Eng. William Nkemba.
Since taking over the mantle of steering the Jogoos, with the biggest task being working on the issues of ownership, governance and structures aimed at bringing back the glory days as well as creating a firm foundation for the future, the team chose a “zip-up and work” approach.
This style made information about the present and future prospects of the club as unavailable just like the COVID 19 vaccine despite the growing demand.
On the field of play, the club kept participating in the league albeit with visible problems but the committee insisted that the primary problems are off-pitch and chose to iron out those first.
The information we currently have reveals that the team has finally reached all possible conclusions and opted to unveil the plan and way forward to the press.
The meeting set for this coming Wednesday, 14th October, 2020 at the Sheraton’s Rwenzori Ball Room at 9am will clearly spell out the ownership, governance and structures in a model they have chosen to adopt.
The streamlined, all-accommodative and focussed model will hopefully rest all the elements of disunity, uncertainty and administrative unrest that has trickled down to miserable performances in the recent past.
The author is a Sanyuka TV sports analyst and the presenter of #Ataakulaba on 102.1 FUFA FM every Sunday 6 pm – 8 pm.