APR football club will this morning lay to rest their former club president Simba Manasseh who died early this week.
The 63 year old succumbed to cancer at King Faisal Hospital and according to the club Secretary General Kalisa Adolphe who served under him, the country is losing a great football mind.
“He guided APR to their most memorable trophies. APR has lost a great football administrator,” Kalisa said.
Manasseh was in charge of the club from its inception in 1994 to 1999 and later from 2002-2005.
The military side won six trophies during his reign.
Primus league clubs yesterday held a one minute silence in honor of the fallen club president.
He will be laid to rest this afternoon at Remera Cemetery. May his soul R.I.P.