Staff of Uganda Revenue Authority Football Club will have more than a reason or two to come to work every morning. This is after the club officially acquired working space at the URA headquarters in Nakawa.
The fully furnished offices were officially opened by the FUFA 3rd vice president also Minister of Youth and Children Hon. Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi on Thursday morning.
The former Express chairman thanked the club for this achievement but challenged them to invest in owning their stadium in order to make URA FC one of the biggest in the country.
URA FC CEO Ivan Kakembo while at the function said that their vision as the management, is to make URA FC great yet again.
“Our vision is to play at the continent and also become one of the best teams in Uganda,” before adding. “The club has opened the offices which is the first of its kind in the country”
URA FC chairman James Kizza, while at the function said that the purpose of the club secretariat is to guide them in the day-to-day activities.
“Club football world over is guided by activities, which are organized and run by strong units that must be effective for the achievement of various goals,” Kizza said before adding.
“One such key unit, which we at URA FC have identified in line with FUFA Club Pro Agenda for immediate attention is the Club Secretariat.”
“Office Space has been secured for this purpose, to house the URA FC and entire football family,” he noted
Uganda Revenue Authority Commissioner General Henry Martin Saka who was also among the guests, pledged total support for the club to help them succeed both domestically and continentally.
URA’s troubles don’t begin with offices, but understanding who’s to do what, and when,otherwise good to go.