West Nile Regional League Side Paidha Black Angels have appointed club legend Piyic Lewin Olewa as the club president on an interim basis.
Lewin, who also doubles as the chairman of social services at the club was elected to the fancy position on Saturday August 21st.
He was immediately granted the liberty by congress to identify and appoint his executive members with the capacity of taking the club back to the FUFA Big League and eventually, the Uganda Premier League Fans.
The club legend grew up playing for Paidha Black Angels and continued until 2006 before joining the Paidha Business Community Club towards the conclusion of the year 2008.
He followed this with a stint at Ediofe Hills FC where he served from 2009-2010 before Uganda Premier League champions side KCCA came calling in 2010. He would climax his adventure with a return home to Paidha Black Angels in 2011.
Lewin was also part of the Paidha Black Angels squad that earned promotion to the Big League the two seasons ago but were unable to shrug off a relegation back to the Regionals.
Paidha Black Angels were relegated to the Regional League following their poor displays in the FUFA Big League which saw them collect just 5 points in the Elgon group.
He replaces Rasul Oryem who has occupied the position ably and helped add achievement to the club that was founded in 1979. His work commences immediately.
During the 2018-2019 season The Blacks booked a spot as debutants in the Uganda Premier League following their ousting of Kitara FC on spot-kicks in Big League Playoffs
The West Nile based team also lost the 2017 edition of the Stanbic Uganda Cup Final to Lugogo side KCCA at the Greenlight stadium in Arua on a 2-0 scoreline.