Chicken Inn chairman Lifa Ncube has resigned from his post with the effect from 31 January
“It is with a heavy heart that I write to inform you of my decision to resign from being the chairman of Chicken Inn Football Club with effect from the 31st of January 2017,” said Ncube citing that other commitments have arisen.
Soccer 24 has it on good authority that Ncube has been reassined to take charge of the Inscor and Simbisa Brands Limited finance offices in Zimbabwe and other countries that the company has businesses in.
“Other commitments have arisen that hinder me from committing myself fully to this post. I feel it is imperative for me to step down for someone with more time and energy to devote to the position. I take this opportunity to thank my fellow executive committee members, coaches and players, fans and the directors of Simbisa Brands Limited, for the co-operation extended to me during my twelve years as the Gamecocks chairman. I take this opportunity to wish Chicken Inn Football Club every success in its future endeavours,” said Ncube.