Malawi champions Big Bullets club is becoming increasingly divided as the trustees chairman James Busile has resigned.
Busile said he resigned following the misunderstandings that has rocked the team between the trustees and executive over the mismanagement of cash collected from gates during the CAF game against Fomboni FC last Saturday
“I have resigned. I have my integrity to protect,” Busile said.
He said “people are now losing trust with the officials at the helm of Bullets club,”
There have been differences between a section of the executive committee and trustees while on the other, there are differences within the executive committee itself.
The divisions within the executive committee led to the resignation of former treasurer Noel Lipipa.
Club chairman Kondie Msungama has been blaming the trustees of being behind the supporters who are disturbing the team and also for writing suspension letters to some of his executive members without proper reasons.
The trustees demanded e acting treasure Trust Nkhoma and head of marketing Dan Mbebuwa to produce the financial reports on how they managed tickets and produce the final figure of cash realised from Fomboni game. This has not happened.
Following the resignation of Busile, General Secretary of trustees Jim Kalua is now acting chairman of trustees and his first task he restored Isaac Jomo Osman as Big Bullets Chief Supporter replacing the incumbent Stone Mwamadi.
Osman was removed as Bullets supporters chief following his suspension from Super League of Malawi last year when he was charged and banned for a year to not take part and watch any football match for violent act he did in Lilongwe when Bullets lost 1 to 0 in the hands of Epac FC.
It has also emerged that Bullets has some tickets sold for the game of Fomboni which were not accounted for.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :