18 February 2016

UGANDA - 4 Kenyans Contracts Terminated By Sharing Youth

4 Kenyans Contracts Terminated By Sharing Youth
Sharing Youth Basketball Club in Uganda has terminated contracts for four Kenyans who were part of the team last season.
According to the club, lack of sponsorship forced Sharing Youth to part ways with Brian Marumbu, Ansalim Onalo, Alex Lugasi, Faustine Ambrose and Tanzanian Murshid Mudricat.
A communication sent by Sharing Youth Team Manager Ben Lule to the five players reads: “Wanted to let you know what has been transpiring with sponsor we, had a meeting with the sponsor on Wednesday and after we met as Sharing management team yesterday and decided to discuss the outcome, the sponsor is not going to sponsor us financially this year, so that means that our budget on running the team will be cut to bare minimum, we had hoped he would release money by the end February so we can call you guys to come back but unfortunately he doesn’t have finances for us now, so we sat down and decided to avoid incurring any costs, we terminate the contract we have with you as we can not meet the obligations required and would like to avoid incurring any other costs, it’s much more fairer to you and us, I thank you for the time taken with us, and we never saw this coming as we had been told that finances would be released in February , my sincere apologies to you for what has transpired”


شركة كشف تسربات المياة بالمدينة المنورة
اصحبت لها مكانه خاصة ومميزة , كما لديها أكبر قاعدة عملاء مميزين ,
مما يعني الثقة المتبادلة والمصداقية فى التعامل
شركة كشف تسربات المياة بالمدينة المنورة بينها وبين عملائها الكرام التى استطاعت ان تثبت انها الشركة نجاحه فى حل مشكلة كشف تسربيات المياه بالمدينة االمنورة ومعالجتها بأفضل الطرق وأعلي النتائج والخبرات العالية بدون كسر من خلال إستخدام افضل الأجهزة الإلكترونية

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