Bullets still owe Kananji unpaid salaries

Malawi’s top league champions Bullets FC who are wallowing in debt are owing their former coach Elia Kananji in unpaid salaries and game bonus in excess of K700,000.

Nomads coach Elijah Kananji:  Bullets yet to pay me

Nomads coach Elijah Kananji: Bullets yet to pay me

Kananji said one of the teams that triggered his defection to the team’s archrivals Mighty Be Wanderers was unpaid arrears in salaries and game bonuses for five months.

He said despite that he left the club at the start of the season Bullets are yet to clear the outstanding dues.

“Bullets are owing me salaries for five months and game bonus which they never paid at the time I left for Wanderers. I have been pushing for me to get my dues during the season but to no avail,” Kananji said.

He declined to disclose the accumulated amount but inside sources confided that it is in excess of K700,000.

The soft-spoken but down-to-earth coach is optimistic of getting his dues with Bullets’ sponsors , Nyasa Manufacturing Company, expected to improve the club’s financial position.

“We are discussing and they have assured me that with the coming in of their sponsors they will pay me,” he said.

“As a human being I could understand their financial problems that’s why I did not want to squeeze them.”

Bullets legend Gilbert Chirwa is another victim of being owed substantial amount in form of unpaid salaries and game bonuses.

Wanderers are also grappling with former coaches Kannock Munde and Albert Mpinganjira and team manager Tom Milanzi outstanding woes. I

n an ambush-like style Mpinganjira once seized money from Wanderers General Secretary Mike Butao pressing for his pay while Milanzi had a nasty scuffle in broad-day-light in the commercial city of Blantyre with chairman George Chamangwana over his unpaid dues.

Both Mpinganjira and Milanzi have disclosed that negotiations were at an advanced level with Wanderers executive to be paid.

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12 thoughts on “Bullets still owe Kananji unpaid salaries”

  1. akhunyufe musamatisale says:

    ayankhula bwanji chizungu ngatiali mpakamwa poyankhulitra chizungu…zaboza bas

  2. fuziyawo says:

    Is this newsworthy? Mister Muheya we already know about this..why recycle stories.
    There are alot of better sports stories to write… i guess you must be suffering from xmas and new year’s hangover

  3. Kwaderanji tiyambe mijedo says:

    Guys let him claim his outstandings balances, there’s nobody who works for Mahara. And it was so bekoz of Maullets financial muscles. Karry on Kananji Hey !

  4. Nyenyezi says:

    Ngongole ya Kananji ndiye kuiika pa front page chifukwa ndi ya Bullets, ngongole zonse zili ndi a nomazo simunanene bwanji nthawi yonseyi kungoika ngati related stories? Zokondera basi unethical reporting on Nyasa Times.

  5. DR.CASHGATE says:

    Waona maule apeza chithumba wayambapo kuwawata

  6. nafakale says:

    Chifukwa chot za bullets zalowa”?

  7. Meja says:

    Ndaipalero, that’s out of context. Appreciate facts as they are.

  8. ‘Bullets yet to pay me’ wayankhula ndi kananjiyo chizungu chimenechi kapena mukumuika mawu mkamwa

  9. AKIJA says:

    Waona chithumba chili ku Bullets ha ha kananji

  10. Ndaipalero says:

    Kkkkkkkkk kananji tiona kumene ulowere ndi kupanda xool kwakoko neba akulavula ulibe certificate iwe bwerani mudzatenge mwina mupite ku xool maulle ndi deal basi

  11. WANYERERE says:

    Mpatseni Zake Kananji. A Bullets Too Much Ngongole Kagulitseni Fodya Mubwenze

  12. kananji usamanametu

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