Treat this document with the contempt it deserves. The least they could have done is use proper english and attend to proper punctuation. Kariobangi Sharks FC. FAKE NEWS.”
Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side Kariobangi Sharks chairman Robert Maoga has trashed claims that the club has fired their head coach William Muluya.
A letter in our possession had earlier indicated that Muluya had been axed with immediate effect.
The letter read in part: “I hope this letter finds you and your family well. As permitted by section 15 of your employment contract as amended, this letter will serve as a written notice that the club is terminating your employment contract as Head Football Coach effective immediately.”
His termination letter did not specify the reason that cost him his job but only stated that the decision reached was in the best interest of the club.
“As we have discussed, in my own professional judgment I believe this decision is in the best interest of the football program both senior teams and youth teams.”
Kariobangi Sharks “Fake Letter”
In the letter, which Maoga has since dismissed as fake, Muluya has been instructed to deposit all club items allocated for his use with the relevant offices.
“Any club property, including any club-issued computer and cell phones should be returned to Mr. Robert Maoga not later than the close of business on 25th June 2020. Additionally, please make arrangement with Mrs. Lydia Ambiyo to return the vehicle furnished for your use not later than the said dates.”
He is further required to return all paper and electronic records in his possession relating to the administration of the football program and personnel assigned to the department.
He will receive his entire remuneration package up to date.
“If you have any questions concerning your benefits, please contact Mr. Nick Mwendwa. You will receive all salaries and incentives compensation earned up to date. In your awareness you are required of your employment agreement to sign a release and waiver agreement as a condition precedent to receiving any portion of the total guarantee agreement.”
The CEO thanked him for his contribution at the KPL side.
“You have been a valued and respected staff of our club and there is no doubt you’ve made a positive impact in lives of our athletes.”
“I very much appreciate your service to the Sharks family, the youth teams and the state of all our stakeholders including fans.”