By Kyeyune Isma
Local footballer Wahabu Gadafi has joined Arua Hill Sports Club on a two-year deal. The creative midfielder, a former Kibuli Secondary School player is the latest new catch at the entity dubbed ‘’Kongolo’’.
At the club, Wahabu joins another Gadafi namesake with whom they featured at Onduparaka FC in the past years.
‘’I am happy to be here at Arua Hill Sports Club. I will work hard and serve with due diligence at all times,’’ Wahabu said.
The midfielder transferred from Wakiso Giants by mutual consent after he had an alleged clash with the club technical members. The clash came allegedly because of his attitude and team philosophy.
Gadafi is well known for his ball passing skills, dribbles, as well as set-piece execution over all distances.
In a race with Mbarara City, Arua Hill rushed to secure Gadafi’s signature.
From Wakiso Giants, Wahabu joins another midfielder, Ibrahim Faizul who also recently joined Arua Hill.
In other news, Arua Hill FC confirmed it is parting ways with their former head coach Hussein Mbalangu.
They also parted ways with the assistant coach, Joseph Kiwanuka, and goal-keeping coach Ivan Ntambi. They are accusing the three of violating the club’s code of conduct and absconding from duty.