NYFA ushers in regional youth administrators


By Pemphero Malimba, contributor:

National Youth Football Association (NYFA) has ushered in new administrators for all the three regions of the country.

Through elections held last weekend, Angel Gondwe has been elected to lead the Northern Region Youth Football Committee in the post of chairperson with Maneno Mwambinga as his vice.


Central Region Youth Football Committee voters elected Rodrick Longwe to the post of Chairperson while Patrick Chimlambe made it as vice chairperson.

Muhammad Ajussa is the new Southern Region Youth Football Committee boss and Memory Baluwa was voted in as vice chairperson.

Chimlambe said he will work tirelessly to take youth football to the next level.


“First of all, let me thank God for taking me this far in the game. My first task will be to ensure that we curb age cheating. We also have to help our young players so that they refrain from immoral behaviour. We want to see them continuing with education while making strides in football,” he said.

NYFA General Secretary James Sawerengera congratulated the winners and pledged continued support.

“We are there to help in the development of youth football in all the three regions of the country. The elected administrators will undergo a capacity building process.

“This will help them perform in line with the laid down protocols. As an umbrella body for youth football development in the country, we will make sure that the regional bodies meet all our aims and objectives,” Sawerengera said.

He further advised the new administrators to serve the game with passion, dedication and commitment.

“The fact that they have been elected is an indication of the trust stakeholders in youth football have entrusted them with this huge responsibility of running youth football as such they need to serve with passion, diligence and honesty,” he said.

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