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Numbers do not lie, Big Bullets register 13,000 supporters

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Stone Mwamadi

Nyasa Big Bullets’ reputation as crowd pullers has been put into question after only 13,000 fans officially registered with the side in three years.

Bullets Chief Administration Officer

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a, while confirming the figure, attributed the low registration rate to lack of sensitisation.

“The exercise needs activation to create more awareness among the supporters. Engaging our supporters to understand the importance of being a paid up member is crucial for the progress of membership registration. The pride of every supporter derives from recognition that they are registered members of the football club,” he said.

Chigoga also felt that the exercise failed to generate more followers due to its strategy, which mainly focused on match day sales.

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“We limited our approach to match days,” he said.

Bullets Supporters Director Stone Mwamadi said they had recommended the involvement of supporters to woo more fans.

“The exercise has been operating like an office thing when there was a need to directly involve the fans in various districts. If we engage the supporters directly then more can register,” he said.

The People’s Team have four cards to cater for its highly estimated huge fan-base. An ordinary Maule card costs K1,000 each while the Silver one costs K25,000.

A gold card is worth K50,000 and double the amount for a platinum card.

Bullets have been operating as a commercial entity since Nyasa Manufacturing Company took over the side. Registration of supporters was one of the planned commercial activities aimed at generating income.

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