Mwesigwa Of Express FC

The Federation Of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) president as well as the newly elected member of parliament for Budiope East Eng. Hashim Moses Magogo has stated it clear that if what is going on in the football corridors as far as the Express football club day to day running of business is concerned, it is neither by mistake nor accident.

The FUFA president has credited the Express FC Chief Executive Officer Isaac Mwesigwa for the good and recommendable works he is doing for the club and says he could be the best CEO among all clubs taking part in the league.

“If he keeps his head and works with the right employers could be headed to the new generation of Club CEOs in Africa. This market for CEOs is opening up and will be very soon” says FUFA president Eng. Moses Magogo.

Mwesigwa Of Express FC

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“If what I am hearing is correct, I thank and congratulate KK for providing the working environment.” Magogo adds.

Express Football Club is currently third on the table with 29 points from the 14 games played so far having collected eight wins, five draws and one loss in the league.

It should be remembered that Isaac Mwesigwa was appointed in May last year and he replaced Hamza Jjunju as the new club Chief Executive Officer.

Who is Isaac Mwesigwa?

Mwesigwa is a high-calibre professional currently technical and support manager for Ntest, Inc (an American Fiber Optics Company based in Minneapolis, USA) representing Africa, Middle East, Asia and parts of Europe.

His previous roles have seen him as the Network Operations Centre Manager for Liquid Telecom and Support Engineer with UNESCO Accra, Ghana.

He is behind the success of players like Allan Okello, Julius Poloto, Mustafa Kizza and Peter Magambo among others.

He is also the founding chairman of Futsal Association Uganda (FAU) and works with several schools in a bid to develop an educated footballer.