Bullets says Burundian coach Ramadhan quizzed by Malawi Immigration department

Malawi defending champions Bullets expatriate coach Nsanzarwimo Ramadhan was quizzed Immigration Department for working at the club without work permit.

Ramadhan:  Normal

Ramadhan: Normal

The Burundian coach was picked at Blue Bird Motel where he is lodging for interrogation.

Bullets Vice-General Secretary Kelvin Moyo and Technical Director Billy Tewesa confirmed the development.

“Yes it’s true that he was picked by immigration department for questioning. I would not say that he was arrested but rather taken to immigration for questioning,” Moyo said.

However, Bullets chairperson Sam Chilunga said the Burundian coach has since been granted bail by the immigration.

Chilunga said Ramadhan was arrested for not renewing his visa to stay in the country after it expired.

“He is supposed to be renewing his visa to stay in the country every six months but it seems he did not comply with the order after so they picked him,” Chilunga said.

Ramadhan, however, downplayed the whole issue.

“ I wasn’t arrested as such. It’s a normal routine of checking passport for foreign people in the country.

“ I was picked like every foreigner in a foreign land. So they took me to check my passport and after checking my passport I have been released,” Ramadhan said.

He described the development as “a normal routine.”

But he declined to comment on whether his arrest has to do with the work permit or not.

“I would not know whether they picked me for work permit or not because immigration department just checked the passport,” he said.

Ramadhan was controversially engaged by former Bullets chairman Kondie Msungama as expatriate coach but after being forced out of the club it has become difficult for the Burundian to work under the new administration.

He threatened to sue the club and Bullets decided to keep him to avoid a facing a heavy lawsuit.

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Let him renew his stay. In a way this coach has assisted one of the best teams in the land. Be forward ingomeyani mpira osati kuberekedwa ndi makomentetazi a MBC nthawi Achinye Nkutu .

Paul Tyme
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No more discussons just deport him.Why maforena amakuwonerera kwathu kuno koma kwawo amtithamangitsa ngati agalu?

chenda
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Koma nde kumalawi lamulo ndilpweka,ayiwala zoti anawononga ndalama zambiri kukatenga anthu opanda zowayenereza ku jubeki. Chifukwa chani ife tikunyengelela ma foregners pamene amalawi akusowa mtendere kumayiko ena? Zachisoni kwambiri

Alex Grey Ndaipa
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Chili kwa mnzako umati chigwire mnyanga, lungalunga mkubadwa, iyi sinkhani yoikoka ayi, chabwino kaya zimvere mtolo.

Mapiri
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I have said this before and I will say it again, this country does not have good leaders. How do u allow someone to live illegally. He shud hav beem deported a long time ago. Go to RSA. If your permit has expired and you are arrested there’s nothing like negotiation. You will be deported. That’s why a Malawi is has a lot of illegal immigrants from everywhere. Can minister Atupele Muluzi and Immigration start working. You are sleeping on the job!

Yusuf Hofmally
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Tinamudziwitsa kale kuti pa Nyasalande lamulo silimagwila ntchito. Usaope ada this is law-less-land. Utha kumadya nzimbe ntaunimu sakugwila ngati muja amapangila pa Kigali kapena Bottswana. Utha kumenya mMalawi aliyesense, apolisi akakhala kumbuyo kwa iwe.
Utha kutitukwana anthu adzasekelera nanena kuti ndiwe wanthabwala!!!!!Permitiyo utha kumangowauza kuti uli busy upita ku Immigration ukakhala free.

Sydo
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Asowe

Lord Denning Chatsika
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Lord Denning Chatsika

Sounds funny they say he was not arrested but he is on bail!

Professor Seyani
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Seems ku Immigration ko kuli a Bullets ambiri. A Scova muliko?

PATRICK MAKWACHA
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MALAMULO A KU NYASALAND AMAKOMERA ANTHU OBWERA KOMA AKATI KUZUZANA TOKHATOKHA NDE NAMBALA ONE DZIKO LINO MUNDIFUNSE SILIDZALEMERA OSAUKA ADZINGOSAUKILABE OLEMERA NDIKUMANGOLEMERERABE

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