GU�s internal wars reach High Court

Some disgruntled supporters have taken the club to court
Some disgruntled supporters have taken the club to court


The club was rocked by internal fights in the build up to last July’s annual general meeting (AGM) in which a new committee was ushered in. Some club members had expressed reservations over the eligibility of some of the candidates including chairperson, Rapula Okaile. There were reports some members were calling for the AGM and elections to be postponed because they felt the meeting did not form a quorum as per the club constitution.

The elections went ahead, but the club has never known peace since then.  The committee however stood firm and argued that they were voted for by the majority at the AGM. They also argued that the clause, which talks about forming a quorum, has always been waived and therefore see no reason why it could not be done at this year’s elective meeting.

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