Mulindwa lambasts Kitende haters, terms them 'agents of Satan'

The SMASK players, Mulindwa celebrate with the trophy upon return |SMASK Image

SCHOOLS FOOTBALL Mulindwa lambasts Kitende haters, terms them 'agents of Satan'

Allan Damba 07:37 - 22.05.2023

After their triumph at the National Schools Championships in Fort Portal, St Mary's Secondary School, Kitende (SMASK) proprietor Lawrence Mulindwa has called out their critics and ill-wishers.

The Kitende based school won a record 11th title after beating rivals St. Henry's College, Kitovu 1-0 on Saturday, thanks to Habib Oloya's sole goal.

The victory drew negative criticism from SMASK's rivals with some claiming they had favors from officials, while others alleged they used over-age players.

"People have been talking, they will always talk, don't mind them," started Mulindwa as he welcomed the team back at the school on Sunday.

"The enemies are there, those are agents of Satan," he stung before asserting the school will not stop competing at the highest level.

"We won it in West Nile last year, we had it in Jinja the other year and now we have it from Kabarole (Fort Portal, we are not about to stop competing."

"People think it's just a case of leaving others to also win. If other schools want to win, they should as well invest and compete, we will be back next year," Mulindwa added.

Lawrence Mulindwa wants schools to invest rather than complain|Vipers image.

SMASK yet again showcased dominance at the tournament losing just once, a group stage 2-1 defeat to Kitovu.

They will hope to extend their dominion to the East African Schools games slated for Kigali, Rwanda.

Kitovu, Amus College and Royal Giant School will be the other sides to represent Uganda at the regional championship.