By Allan Damba
Abu Mubarak Wamboya has announced he has left his role as Onduparaka FC assistant head coach over accumulated unpaid dues, Football256 can confirm.
Exclusively speaking to Football256, Wamboya said he had left the role which he has served since September 2020.
He expressed working under extremely hard conditions that involved a breach of contract, unpaid salary, daily allowances and match day bonuses.
“I have left Onduparaka, I am tired of the endless headaches. My contract indicates I was supposed to start receiving salary on September 1, 2020, but the people in charge claim I started working on 15th November 15, 2020.”
“I wrote to them in March and this month (April) for pay but Benjamin Nyakuni (club chairman) has been making endless promises.”
“Do they want me out of my house over rent? My children need school fees, what am I supposed to do?” Wamboya posed.
“I’m demanding UGX 6,000,000. They also owe me 600,000 as my daily allowances. Also, instead of the contracted 100,000 winning bonus, they give me 50,000 from December to date,” he mentioned.
Wamboya who has been working as deputy to Joseph Mutyaba went ahead to claim he is going to take legal action in the courts of law other than running to FUFA.
“I am going to court; I will not run to FUFA. I have the contract and the terms are clear. I am also going to petition the Minister of State for Gender, Labour and Social Development Nakiwala Kiyinji.” Wamboya said.
On the other hand, in a phone call interview, Club chairman Benjamin Nyakuni rubbished the allegations saying he is not aware of the developments.
“I am not aware of anything like that. That is not the way we communicate,” he said before declining to make any further comments.