The Paidha Black Angels Sports Club (PBASC) community could not hide their excitement as FUFA spearheaded a reconciliation process of the club’s leadership.
FUFA visited the club on Wednesday and agreed with Paidha Black Angels Sports Club (PBASC) proposal to have a three month interim committee to steer the club leadership and there after officially elect a new one.
Paidha Black Angels Sports Club has since its promotion to the Uganda top flight football been entangled in leadership wrangles turmoil that threatened the future of the club. Both Alfred Odaga and Robert Jakony had taken leadership roles of the club.
A group of supporters led by Paidha Town Council had to bring in another leadership of Mr. Rasul Oryem to help the club keep in the Premier League amidst internal fights.
FUFA’s visit led to fruitful deliberations with all stakeholders at the club as an interim committee was set up.
The current team led by Rasul Oryem agreed to incorporate Odaga and Jakony although the latter could not propose a member to join the interim committee.
The meeting was chaired by FUFA Vice President Darius Mugoye. He was flanked by FUFA CEO Edgar Watson, Executive member representing West Nile Ariga Rasoul, Executive Member in charge of membership Mukidi Kalyebala, FUFA Member Association Officer Kenyi Swalley, FUFA Legal Manager Denis Lukambi and Uganda Premier League CEO Bernard Bainamani.
The Community which is no doubt passionate about football and so excited by the move FUFA took to reconcile their own danced as they led FUFA and Paidha Town Council officials from venue of the reconciliation meeting to Barokoro Stadium.
Paidha Black Angels FC Interim Committee
Vice Chairman Jalar Silvio
Treasurer- Agenonga Bosco
Technical & Devpt -Okello William
Legal Affairs- Giramiya Joan
Youth rep-Sam Okello
Additions: Anyoli Maria & Odaga Alfred.
MAIN PHOTO: L-R Uganda Premier League CEO Bernard Bainamani, FUFA CEO Edgar Watson, FUFA Legal officer Denis Lukambi, FUFA EXCO Member Mukidi Kalyebala, Phaidha Town Clerk Esmond Odata, FUFA 2nd Vice President Darius Mugoye, and FUFA EXCO Member Ariga Rasoul after the meeting on Wednesday.