This afternoon, local rugby club Hima Cement Heathens under their Kyadondo family management, have released a statement in the wake of the criminal incidents involving one of their players, Kenneth Okong.
The club, says that they are in constant communication and consultation with law enforcement and will provide all the assistance they can in the matter.
“We have been made aware of an incident involving a member, Kenneth Okong.” reads the opening of the statement.
“We recognize the gravity of the allegations and are being guided by law enforcement with who we will provide full cooperation.”
A copy of the statement released by the Kyadondo Ruby Club regarding Kenneth Okong incident;
Information about Kenneth Okong aka Limbo started to float last night over “WhatsApp” with a gruesome description of how he and a couple of others had tried attacking a foreign national on the northern bypass but was met more than equal resistance which later resulted in their arrest.
Twitter was this morning awash with different emotions varying from calls for rehabilitation, to what the governing bodies are doing in monitoring their greatest assets – the players.
— HeathensRugby (@HeathensRFC) February 25, 2020
Okong has been a regular for Heathens and has also been on the scoreboard too. It is reportedly not Okong’s first time on the wrong side of the law. It remains to be known what will come of his dance with the law enforcement agencies.
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