Wahab still Our Player – Wakiso Giants Wants Arua Hill To Pay Sh20m

Wakiso Giants have petitioned FUFA Player Status Committee over the transfer of Midfielder Gadafi Wahab.

Wahab was this week unveiled by Arua Hill as their latest signing on a two-year deal.

“He is still our player and has a running contract with the club,” Wakiso Giants CEO Sula Kamoga told The-SportsNation. “We are actually surprised that he was unveiled elsewhere.”

Wahab signed for Wakiso Giants in a three-year deal in January 2020, the club announced then.

CEO Sula adds: “We have filed the case to FUFA. There is no way we can retain such a player who has already made his decision at the moment, so we want them (Arua Hill) to pay Sh20m for the transfer.”

Earlier this year, Wakiso Giants announced the suspension of Wahab with reports saying that the midfielder was undisciplined and had fallen out with coach Douglas Bamweyana.

Then, reports spilled in the media stating that Wahab and Karim Ndugwa had had their contracts terminated, issues the club did not confirm then.

However, Wahab could later return and played some few games for Wakiso Giants before the league was halted due to Covid19.

Efforts to reach Gadafi and Arua Hill for a comment have been futile.



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