The bail bond which was issued by the Malawi Police to midfielder maestro Jaffali Chande on April 11th 2016 raises more questions as it says Chande should appear in court on 14th 2016 without mentioning the name of the court and the month.
Chande, who is waiting for his verdict from Football Association of Malawi (FAM) disciplinary committee on his transfer saga from Nyasa Big Bullets to Mighty Be Forward Wanderers was summoned to Blantyre police where he was charged with forgery and uttering false documents according to the law enforcers.
Wanderer’s general secretary Mike Butao has asked police to explain more on this anomaly.
“Look at this. No month. No court. They indicate that he should appear in court but publicly they say they are conducting investigations. Is this not intimidation and harassment? Which court will he go to? In which month?
“What has he forged because the contract he gave to Fam has his signature and Harold Fote’s. Did he forge his own signature or Fote’s or the whole contract? Have the police now established that Bullets contract is authentic but it is Chande’s that is forged? He is our player so we need to know,” said Butao.
Butao insists there is more questions than answers in the whole issue as it seems someone is using the police to intimidate the player.
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