Former Be Forward Wanderers chief supporter, Yona Malunga, has declared his interest in contesting for the post of Chairperson during the club’s Executive Committee elections on March 25.
Malunga Monday said, once elected, he would ensure that Wanderers win trophies, buy a state-of-the-art team-bus and build a stadium.
Malunga said running a club is not about possessing sound academic qualifications but understanding what it takes to win trophies.
“I urge all supporters to rally behind me because I will do what they want once they elect me as chairperson of the club.
“I have been at Wanderers for quite a long time and I know what I am doing. I have connections with Malawians based in United States of America. They are ready to support us,” Malunga said.
Meanwhile, Blantyre-based businessperson, Davison Pemba, has said he would contest as Vice Treasurer.
Pemba said he has roots in Wanderers as his father also served in the team’s Executive Committee in the 1980s.
“We want the club to progress. I run my own business and I feel that I can work with my colleagues at Wanderers to fulfil this,” Pemba said.
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