Embattled Express FC shows Nakiwala Exit

The state of affairs at Express FC has taken a new low with the club chairman Hon. Nakiwala Kiyingi forcefully removed from the struggling wankulukuku based side citing inadaquencies in the club management.

Hajji Hassan Bulwadda takes over as interim chairman as the club seeks to restore order at the embattled 6 time championship club.

Sources close to Akatimba Sports revealed that the self proclaimed Red army fan club were instrumental in the Minister Kiyingi exit

Nakiwala Kiyingi leaves after a one and half years spell in wankulukuku, which was mainly marred by poor performances, poor leadership and massive exodus of players from wankulukuku. Express had hopes in Kiyingi after she replaced Francis Ntalazi on 1st June 2016 In a bid to restore the club’s lost glory but the club top administration has been at loggerheads citing poor handling of club issues since.

The last stroke in the Nakiwala administration comes after the club’s recent 2-1 defeat to bright stars in mwererwe that took their tally to 11 losses this season, leaving Express Fc on the brink of relegation, with just 14 points from 18 games.

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