Tanzania giants Simba SC will be without a chairman after Mohammed Dewji resigned from his position on Monday.
Dewji in a tweet expressed his displeasure in the way his side lost in the final of the Mapinduzi Cup where a solitary goal by Mtibwa Sugar denied them the title; the Billionaire adding that his focus was now shifting in developing infrastructure and youth academy.
The all-important goal for Mtibwa Sugar was scored by Awadh Salum in the 38th minute with the title being their second in the competition.
The Monday duel was the sixth time Mtibwa Sugar were participating in a final of the competition; the loss being Simba’s fourth in the last seven finals.
It’s a pity simba couldn’t win. After paying salaries of close to 4 billion a year. I resign as the chair of the board and will remain as an investor. Simba Nguvu moja. I will focus on developing infrastructure and a youth academy!— Mohammed Dewji MO (@moodewji) January 13, 2020