Kakembo is understood to be eyeing the role as his tenure at URA FC comes to an end later this month (November).
He joined URA FC last year and after a period of 12 months at the Tax Collectors, he looks set to move on.
The CEO role at BUL FC fell vacant in August following the departure of Salmin Saleh whose contract was not renewed.
Following last week’s appointment of Ronald Barente as club Chairman replacing Silver Alias, BUL have since stepped up their pursuit of a new CEO and on Thursday, interviews were conducted.
As a CEO at Sports Club Villa between 2014 to 2018, Kakembo revived the club fan base back to stadia, secured the StarTimes sponsorship, built a strong club Public Relations System with club branding of up to 30,000 media contacts and ensured international player sales.
He also worked as CEO at Nyamityobora and as a player recruitment analyst at the University of Pretoria.
He has engineered the recruitment of several players this summer and despite his differences with some of the Authority’s other major players, Kakembo has indeed ensured the Tax Collectors move forward.