Pius Bamwange has confirmed leaving his role as Arua Hill SC CEO, it’s official.
Bamwange leaves the club in the wake of their failure to meet FUFA Club Licensing Requirements!
He confirmed his decision on Thursday: “After a critical analysis, I have decided to resign from my position as the Chief Executive Officer of Arua Hill Sports Club.”
“I pray that the almighty God guides you through all these challenges and I hope all will be well in my absence. Thank you for the opportunity.”
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Bamwange, when contacted by this website, said that he doesn’t find it fitting to reveal reasons behind his decision giving the ongoing turmoil at the club.
FUFA recently confirmed that Arua Hill will not be considered for Uganda Premier League next season after falling short on mandatory requirements
- Failure to provide proof on Governance and ownership of the club
- Failure to provide a Club Fitness Coach with a certified fitness Certificate
- Failure to provide Audited Financial Statements for the previous season
- Failure to provide Proof from the bank: Club CEO is Signatory to the club bank Account.
Bamwange joined Arua Hill earlier this year, replacing Tony Afeti and has worked for Saints, Lweza, Onduparaka and Maroons.