By: Andrew Cane Chilapondwa
In line with Club licensing, Kelvin Moyo and Noel Lipipa’s positions at Big Bullets are under scrutiny following plans by the club to set up a Secretariat with an Administrator and an Accountant.
This was discussed during the stakeholders meeting held on 14th March, 2016 at Nyasa Manufacturing Company headquarters between the Sponsors, Trustees’ representatives, Executive and Supporters committee’s representatives as well as captains and the company’s lawyers.
The meeting, which was aimed at putting an end to the in-house fighting within the club, saw NMC committing themselves to continue sponsoring the club on condition that the current chairman Sam Chilunga runs the affairs of the club.
However, some of the members in the executive committee will no longer be operating with the plans to set up a company like structure which will be running the club.
With the new set up, the team will no longer need the services of a General Secretary and Treasurers as the Secretariat, an Administrator and an Accountant will be responsible in the day to day affairs of the club.
In line with Club licensing, Clubs are required to follow the modern way of running the teams as a business entity.
Lipipa, together with General Secretary Titha Mandiza and Alex Gondwe, who were causing havoc inside Bullets’s camp, will soon be out of the club if the plans are implemented.
During the meeting, Chilunga committed himself to continue as a Chairman for the goodness of the club.
The sponsors then told the involved parties to embrace the modern way of running the club as a business entity or resign from their respective positions.