Football star Jaffalie Chande has rushed to court to seek injunction stopping supporters of Nyasa Big Bullets led by Stone Mwamadi and club’s technical director Billy Tewesa from harassing him over his intentions to join Mighty Be Forward Wanderers.
Mwamadi, Tewesa and Isaac Norman have been summoned to appear before judges chambers at the High Court in Blantyre on Tuesday at 2PM.
Chande sought a court injunction retraining the three, their servants and agents from harassing, intimidating or coming any act of violence against him.
He also wants a court order stopping Bullets supporters and officials trespassing onto the player’s home.
Be Forward Wanderers, who signed Chande on three-year contract, have protested against what they described as harassment being meted out to Chande.
According to press reports, former Nyasa Big Bullets executive committee used Chande’s original contract as collateral when they obtained a loan in 2014, mediation talks initiated by Football Association of Malawi (FAM) revealed.
Chande and Nyasa Big Bullets failed to produce the original ‘contracts’.
Bullets chairman Sam Chilunga told the mediation meeting by FAM that former marketing manager Dan Mbebuwa confessed having given the contract to a loan shark as collateral.