Giants unite for charity


Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers’ players will today put aside their rivalry and embark on a noble cause.

The Blantyre giants will visit some Blantyre City primary schools, such as Chirimba, to encourage pupils on the importance of education.

The players will also donate learning materials, such as books, to the pupils, courtesy of My Tsogolo Magazine, which is championing a reading culture in schools.


A representative for the magazine, Teresa Huang, said the event has been organised to engage the pupils through their role models—the footballers.

“Players from these two clubs are perceived as role models in the country, so they have the power to influence and inspire these pupils to further their studies,” Huang said.

She also said the event will act as a platform for exhibiting the first edition of the magazine, which aims at encouraging a reading culture among pupils.


She applauded Bullets and Wanderers for their contributions towards the cause. The teams will also give motivational speeches to the pupils.

Bullets have also donated K660, 000 towards the purchase of the learning materials to be donated to Maela Primary School, which is in dire need of such items.

The magazine will be launched on December 11, 2016 at Crossroads Hotel in Lilongwe.

Proceeds from the sale of the magazine will go towards the promotion of education among pupils.

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