Big Bullets, Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan in fresh turmoil


The wrangle between coach Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan and Nyasa Big Bullets refuses to die.

The former Bullets mentor has written to the club’s sponsor, Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC), demanding outstanding dues in excess of K2.5 million.

Bullets interim General Secretary, Albert Chigoga, yesterday confirmed that Ramadhan had written NMC demanding his dues.


“We just heard that Ramadhan joined a certain club in Tanzania and we wished him well, but we now understand that he has written the sponsors, asking for the money, which he claims the club owes him.

“The Executive Committee [of Bullets] is yet to respond to his letter because when we were parting ways, the current administration had sorted him out,” Chigoga said.

Ramadhan, after keeping Bullets waiting for his delayed return from suspension, parted ways with the People’s Team last week.


Last week, The Nation newspaper reported that the Burundian had picked a job with Tanzanian side Ndanda.

Before rejoining Bullets for a third spell this year, the former Flames interim coach had asked the team for dues from his initial contract of 2014.

But Chigoga said it was the previous Bullets’ administration that owed Ramadhan.

“What we have learnt is that the coach is asking for money which the previous administrations, owed him. So, the committee will decide whether to pay him or not. But, as of now, what we know is that we don’t have any debt with him,” Chigoga said.

Ramadhan was suspended for four matches in the first-round of the TNM Super League due to poor performance, but he did not report for duties after the suspension was lifted.

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