Desperate times call for desperate measures they say and for Express FC striker Hamdan Nsubuga, the perfect way to get club chairman Kiroywa ‘KK’ Kiwanuka’s attention was to call him out on social media outlet Twitter.
The midfielder whose grievances stem from the way his contract with the club has been handled sent out a chilling tweet from his handle @hamdannsubuga to his chairman for a meeting.
“@KiryowaKk I am Hamdan Nsubuga and I play for Express FC and I would like to talk to you about some issues if you don’t mind Chairman” the tweet read.
The calmly collected KK was quick to respond to his employee unfortunately without granting him the audience. The experienced lawyer told him to seek redress from the club C.E.O.
“That’s not how it works, get the C.E.O to arrange the meeting, not on Twitter,” KK responded before adding.
“I think let me say I will not respond to or honour any requests for meetings from players on Twitter. We have a technical team of directors, coach, captain, etc.”
It remains to be seen if the club CEO Hamza Jjunju will schedule the meeting for the striker to share his grievances with the chairman.
However, Football256 understands that Nsubuga’s contract along with three other players Edrisa Kaye, Joshua Ssentabule and goalkeeper Joshua Adea was terminated by the head coach Wasswa Bossa who deemed the quartet surplus to requirements.
The players have tried to seek redress with the club for compensation to no avail, they have now reached out to FUFA who are yet to respond.
Nsubuga’s last played for Express in their 3-0 defeat away to Vipers SC in October 2019, while his last goal for the Red Eagles came in September 2019 in the 3-2 win away to Mbarara City.
Express FC who currently lie 12th on the league table was until the appointment of Wasswa Bossa struggling, but the return of the former club midfielder has seen the side pick up two wins, two losses and a draw across all competitions.