June 27, 2022


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KCCA FC’s Brian Majwega Apologises to Magogo And FUFA.


Realising your mistake is one hard thing and saying sorry is a harder one for many human beings but not for Footballer Brian Majwega.


Kampala Capital Authority Football club versatile player Brian Majwega has officially come out to apologise to the President Engineer Moses Magogo and the entire Federation for his misconduct.


Majwega has issued in a written apology to the Federation head Magogo asking to be pardoned for the words he said earlier and un-called for behavior while representing the Uganda national football team, the Cranes earlier.


Majwega’s letter addressed to Federation head Magogo.



Dear sir,
I hereby humbly and from the bottom of my heart write sending my sincere apologies due to the above reference.
Indeed, there is alot of things that have been said and done by me and I take responsibilityfor themand any subsequent damages such as misconduct might have caused but I would like to beg for pardon for forgiveness from you sir for anything wrong I said and did. I promise not to repeat the Same .
I am looking forward for another chance to work hard , faithfully and hand in hand with the federationof uganda football associations and the nation at large for the betterment of uganda football.
I would be glad in case my apology is considered and given another chance to serve.
Thank you so much in advance.
Yours faithfully,
Brian majwega.


The letter was copied to the team manager of the Uganda Cranes, the FUFA Chief executive officer Edgar Watson and the federation disciplinary committee.


The experienced versatile player hopes that he could represent his country again if his apology is accepted.


The left footed winger who can also play as a left back, is one of the most experienced players in the Morley Byekwaso Squad at Lugogo.


Tje 29 year old rejoined KCCA FC from URA FC but has also played for Tanzanian side Azam, Simba SC, Maroons and Standard High School Zana FC.


Majwega was first invited to the Cranes in 2014 by Coach Milutin Micho for the African nations championship.


The team placed third in the group stage of the competition after beating Burkina Faso, drawing with Zimbabwe and losing to Morocco.