Uganda Premier League Busoga United Football Club has confirmed Andrew Ndyabahika as their new Chief Executive Officer.
Ndyabahika’s confirmation was announced on Tuesday, replacing Hassan Takoowa who resigned from the position at the start of the year.
Busoga United’s Vice president Bwire Osodo expressed his excitement upon Ndyabahika’s appointment.
“We are fortunate to have someone of Ndyabahika’s caliber and experience step. We are at a critical moment and we need renewed leadership to successfully advantage of the market opportunities ahead,” he said.
“Ndyabahika is a football visionary with a proven track record of execution. He is a strong communicator who is customer focused with deep leadership , he has a solid understanding of our products and markets.” He added.
The new CEO holds a Masters in Business Administration (Project management) from Makerere University Business School (MUBS) and a FAMACO II certificate.
“I am honored and excited to lead Busoga United FC. I it matters to Jinja SSS, Jinja City, the country, continent and the entire world,” said Ndyabahika.
Busoga United is the third club to appoint a new CEO in a space of a few months after Police FC (Fahad Lumu) and Express FC (Isaac Mwesigwa).
Last season, Busoga United completed the prematurely ended 2019/2020 UPL season in 4th place with 42 points from 25 matches.