Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) owned Ushuru FC has been disbanded. The National Super League side joins a number of corporate owned sides that have had to close shop following withdrawal of sponsorships.

Back in May, Ushuru axed 20 players in a move that was termed as ‘restructuring’ but with the latest development, it so looks like things have not been rosy at the club for sometime now.

Sources within the club have also indicated that no signings were made and that the team bus has already been repossessed by KRA.

Ushuru’s collapse comes less than a week after Chemelil Sugar was disbanded with various reports also indicating that fellow millers Sony Sugar FC was sold.

The Taxmen were relegated from the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) in 2016 after finishing in the second last position with 26 points after playing 30 matches. Since then, the team tried to get back to the top without success and now, it’s finally the end of the road for the side.