Former Vision Group CEO Robert Kabushenga and Federation of Uganda Football Association – FUFA President Hon. Moses Magogo are at loggerheads following the re-appointment of Milutin Micho Sredojevic as the head coach of Uganda Cranes.
The exchange of bitter words started when Kabushenga quoted a tweet by Micho as he announced his return to Uganda Cranes where he reminded the Serbian coach not to cry to the public should he be not paid again like how it was in his first spell at the Cranes camp.
“@michocoach I hope this time you have been paid in advance. Unless of course you are returning as a volunteer. If they pickpocket you again don’t come here to make noise for us.” Tweeted Kabushenga.
.@michocoach I hope this time you have been paid in advance. Unless of course you are returning as a volunteer. If they pickpocket you again don’t come here to make noise for us. https://t.co/HmPpjNdmEf
— Robert Kabushenga (@rkabushenga) July 28, 2021
FUFA President Magogo who is also a member of parliament for Budiope East took the tweet personal and went on to tell Kabushenga that Micho’s salary will paid directly to Kabushenga’s bank account if he truly wants to confirm whether Micho is paid or not.
“With you as the country head boy, we will make sure that in this new contract we pay him through your bank account.” Magogo replied.
This did not go well in the ears of a motivational speaker who is currently on 40 days mentoring program known as 40DaysMentor and what started as friendly fires turned into an abusive argument.
Kabushenga went on to tell Moses Magogo who is currently in his third term as FUFA President that he is displaying his stupidity on twitter adding that he is too naïve to understand Kabushenga’s comments.
“@mosesmagogo stupidity is not a badge of honor. It is not a good idea to wear it in full public view. But then again you are far too tone deaf to understand it”
Magogo did not take any words said lightly and he went to tell the newly retired CEO that he just tweets because it is his hobby not because he has what to say since old people no longer retire to storytelling on fire places as it used to be in the past.
“It looks like tweeting is your retirement hobby. Dot com era Jajja does not tell stories around fire places but tweets Just provide us your bank details to be receiving the man’s salaries. Thank you for the good job” Magogo scoffing at Kabushenga.
Twitter users were quick to pick sides with most of them siding with the Principle Farmer Kabushenga against the FUFA President.
Micho was appointed as new Ugandan coach yesterday on July 27th following his sacking from Zambia National Team Chipolopolo. His appointment comes 4 years after he parted with the country citing among other problems failure to receive his remuneration in time.