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Aduda fired by Gor Mahia

Gor Mahia has fired its Chief Executive Officer Ludovick Omondi Aduda with immediate effect. Aduda is accused by the club of unlawfully representing the interests of the club to the federation as pertains to the clubs position in the ongoing FKF – KPL stand-off whereas the club is in support of the KPL.

According to the club’s official website, the former CEO has thus been requested by the league champions administration to forthwith desist from representing the club in anyway and cease from occupying the club offices at the Nyayo National Stadium.

Aduda has also been requested to returns any property of the club in his possession and desist from referring to or holding out himself as chief executive officer of the club.

This is the second time Aduda is rubbing the club’s hierarchy the wrong way. In mid last year, Gor Mahia Chairman Ambrose Rachier was forced to publicly disown Aduda amid reports that Football Kenya Federation had banned him from all football activities.

Aduda is also a former CEO of FKF, and a longtime ally of the federation president Sam Nyamweya