The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) Dispute Resolution Chamber has ordered Kyetume FC to pay winger Ibrahim Kazindula all his outstanding arrears.
Kazindula had not received his salary which totals to shs. 2,760,000, for the months of June, July, and August which forced the winger file a petition against his paymasters to the football governing body.
The Dispute Resolution Chamber has given the Slaughters an ultimatum of 30 days to clear the accumulated salary arrears and release the player as well.
The Wednesday statement , seen by ChimpReports reads;
- Kyetume FC pays Ibrahim Kazindula his overdue payables of UGX 2,760,000 (Two Million seven hundred and sixty thousand shillings only) within thirty (30) days from the date of this decision.
- Kyetume FC releases Ibrahim Kazindula’s passport to him immediately.
- In the event that the amount due to Ibrahim Kazindula is not paid by Kyetume FC within the stated time limit, the present matter shall be submitted, upon request, to FUFA for further consideration.
Kazindula, who joined Kyetume FC in September 2018 from Nyamityobora Football Club is among the players who have openly expressed their grievances over the unpaid salaries at several clubs during this COVID-19 stricken period.
Previously, striker Charles Lwanga “Neymar” and Emma Kalyowa petitioned Sports Club Villa about unpaid dues and the ruling was subsequently made in their favor.