Kuipatsa Moto Flames hits K100 million

Alfred Gunda

Football Association of Malawi (Fam) General Secretary Alfred Gunda has disclosed that the Kuipatsa Moto Flames promotion has raised over K100 million.

Gunda disclosed this Friday, when Fam’s taskforce on resource mobilisation held the grand draw at Mpira Village in Chiwembe township, Blantyre Friday.

“We would like to thank the private sector, members of the public and the State President Lazarus Chakwera as well as Vice President Saulos Chilima for supporting all the initiatives we had towards fundraising for the team, We have managed to raise over K100 million,” he said.


During the draw, Ronald Gomani won the grand prize of Toyota Sienta.

Gomani, a resident of Kanjeza Township in Blantyre, said he joined the promotion to support the Flames.

“I am very happy to have won this car. I would like to also take this opportunity to encourage every Malawian to support Stadium.


Sports analyst George Kaudza-Masina said the decision had been made out of frustration.

“It is a hasty decision and I would urge him to rethink it. At his age, he has a lot to offer. For him to be marketable, he needs to play for the national football team. But I also blame the technical panel for this mess,” Kaudza- Masina said.

At the 2019 Cosafa Cup held in South Africa, Phiri Junior was named Player of the Tournament after finishing as joint top goal-scorer alongside compatriot Gabadinho Mhango and Ashley Nazira from Mauritius.

He made his Flames debut during the 2015 Cosafa Cup in South Africa.

He scored a free kick in a practice match against Bafana Bafana in the build-up to the tournament in Rustenburg.

The former Mighty Wanderers star scored first official goal for the Flames in a 1-0 win over eSwatini at Kamuzu Stadium before he did the same in a 1-0 victory over Comoros Islands at Bingu National Stadium during the 2019 Afcon qualifiers.

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