Bullets prepare for court battles on takeover


Nyasa Big Bullets supporters have vowed to mount a legal challenge on intentions by former administrators who are opposing the handover of the club to Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC).
According to yesterday’s The Nation newspaper, some former Bullets officials, trustees and fans have instructed lawyer Lusungu Gondwe to obtain an injunction restraining NMC from proceeding with the takeover on the grounds that “it was done dubiously”.
But addressing a press briefing yesterday at Bullets Club House in Blantyre, s u p p o r t e r s C o m m i t t e e Chairman, Stone Mwamadi, said his committee is ready to challenge any injunction aimed at stopping the takeover.
“All stakeholders of the club endorsed the takeover at a general assembly in Lilongwe. This is a matter that we already dealt with.
“We are not here to discuss the takeover. We just wanted to let you know that we are well prepared to challenge any injunction aimed at stopping the takeover,” Mwamadi said.
He said zonal and district chairpersons had travelled from districts such as Mulanje and Nsanje to express their solidarity with the takeover bid.
In a separate interview, Bullets General Secretary, Albert Chigoga, reiterated that the takeover was endorsed by a duly-constituted assembly and attempts to stop the process would fail.
As one of the conditions for taking over ownership of the club, NMC has bought a bus for the club.
Other conditions are that the company should build a stadium and clubhouses in the country’s three regions for the team.

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