Muhoroni Youth chairman Moses Adagala has come out guns blazing for being
linked to acts of hooliganism over the weekend at the Afraha Stadium after
their match against AFC Leopards.
According to the chair, the 20% levy in question did not feature in their pre-match meeting on Wednesday and was only announced during their match in Nakuru.
Adagala explained to futaa.com that he indeed ordered his cashiers not to release the money and did not snatch it as the statement from the federation tends to indicate.
-The amount they wanted to impose was not even discussed
during the pre-match and it is only during the tallying that they wanted to deduct it; I said No.
-I ordered my cashiers not to hand over the cash since I also have a responsibility as a leader to ensure that the law is followed and no one is oppressed at the end of the day.
No evidence of levy
-I challenge anyone with documents indicating that there was such an agreement to rise up and prove me wrong on this one. I have the minutes for the pre-match meeting and nothing like that is indicated as having been discussed.
Adagala took issue with the approach taken by FKF saying they should have dug for the truth rather than cast aspersions on his character.
The chair further explained that the said security officer, Abiola, was not present during the episode something he says points at the reports as ill-motivated.