Some members of Nyasa Big Bullets council have voiced out their frustration after failing to hold a meeting with the directors in Lilongwe on Sunday.
Bullets council Chairperson Victor Msowoya and Secretary Jim Kalua said they were disappointed after several officials shunned the meeting which was aimed at reviewing the performance of the teams’ owners Nyasa Manufacturing Company.
Kalua has called for the immediate removal of officials doubling roles saying they were not serious.
“We want those that are not serious booted out of the council. They should be replaced by new members. I will be writing the Legal counsel to make amendments to our statutes so that we incorporate vibrant people,” he said.
Msowoya said doubling roles was affecting the teams operations.
“How effective can these people work while doubling roles? Who is going to check who? We simply want them out,” he said.
Msowoya said they did not proceed with the meeting as they did not form a quorum.
In a separate interview, Chibambo bemoaned lack of seriousness saying the onus of monitoring and evaluating the performance of Nyasa Manufacturing Company was in line with the MoU.
“It is also important to know that supporters are patiently waiting on the results,” he said.
Efforts to talk Bullets officials doubling roles proved futile as they were unreachable when we went to press.
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