Gunners' Kemoeng quits as standoff persists


The stand off between two parallel committees at Extension Gunners continues to wreak havoc as the club’s communications manager, Willoughby Kemoen resigned on Tuesday.

His resignation comes at a time when the two factions continue to show no commitment towards finding a lasting solution to the impasse.

Kemoen confirmed his resignation yesterday saying he has to keep his integrity intact as the internal bickering stalls the club’s progress. “I can confirm that I have resigned from the old committee. I want the best for Gunners and the current standoff, if not resolved, will hurt the club badly,” Kemoen said. He said he had suggested that the two committees come up with a compromise list from both camps. That list would then act as an interim committee until the next general meeting when a new committee will be ushered in.

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