Mighty Wanderers FC agreed to conduct the executive elections in March at their Lali-Lubani Road club house in Blantyre where all posts are up for grabs.
The club supporters and their executive committee met on Sunday at their club house in Chichiri where they have agreed to start with the executive committee elections on March 2, 2014 before the supporters committee on the March 9th, 2014.
They also agreed that they will vote according to zones which are fifteen and that anybody who wants to contest is free because there is no fee attached for any contestant.
However, the Nomads chairman George Chamangwana and general secretary David Kanyenda were non-committal whether they will seek for a re-run.
Both Nomads main pillars in the current executive committee said it is up to their supporters wish whether they want them to contest or not.
They said if the supporters were satisfied with them they will adhere to their wish.
In his remarks, Chamangwana said everyone was free to contest and urged those who are willing to do so.
He also said during their tenure in office they have done a number of things for the Blues like clinching the Standard Bank Cup consecutively.
Concurring with Chamangwana was Kanyenda, who emphasized that despite exporting a number of players abroad like Foster Namwera, Gerald Chimbaka, Joseph Kamwendo, Innocent Jere, Simplex Nthara, Gerald Papa Phiri and Moses Chavula they managed to bring new faces.
For instance, he mentioned the likes of Kondwani Lufeyo, Kondwani Kumwenda, Bester Phiri, Tony Chitsulo, Jacob Ngwira, Benard Harawa, Mike Kaziputa and Timothy Chitedze.
“We have achieved a lot during our tenure. Imagine we were the only civilian team that clinched a cup this season while the rest were military teams like Mafco who grabbed the Presidential Cup and Kamuzu Barracks,” he said.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :