Walter Ochora has extended his stay with Jinja based Uganda Premier league side BUL FC for two more years in an employment contract that will see him at the club till June 2023.
This was made public knowledge by the club through their website earlier this afternoon.
Upon signing the deal, Ochora who also doubles as the club captain expressed his gratitude for this gesture of trust by the management.
“Time has passed so quickly since I joined the club but it’s a feeling of pride for me to sign a new contract here. I would like to thank everybody for the huge support they have shown me.” He stated.
He would also go ahead to promise more commitment and willingness to work with his new head coach and repay all the faith put in him by his bosses.
Alex Isabirye had this to say about his captain: “Ochora fully deserves the contract since he has mastered the club’s philosophies very well and worked really hard at every level. His belief in his abilities have never wavered and that’s a great attribute to have as a player.”
Isabirye also used the platform to praise the versatile defender, regarding him as a talented lad and one that’s always willing to learn something new.
Ochora joined BUL FC from KCCA FC in 2019 on loan before making the deal permanent in August last year. While with BUL FC, he has established himself as a key member, becoming a captain thanks to his leadership qualities.
He becomes the latest player to renew his stay at the club, following forward Musa Esenu whose contract party came the previous week.
As they gear up for a new season, the club has already acquired new faces including: goalkeeper Hannington Ssebwalunyo who is on loan from URA FC, Saidi Keni and forward Ibrahim Nsimbe.
The others joining the long list of new entrants include: South Sudanese international Ivan Wani, George Kasonko, Jerome Kirya, and Douglas Muganga.