TNM gives K5m to Malawi Flames

  • Draw is not option, we must win—Nyamirandu 

Premier mobile network provider TNM has come forward to bail out the Flames with a K5 million donation to fill an outstanding budget deficit that stood in the way of preparations for 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Nyamilandu receives TNM boost

Nyamilandu receives TNM boost

Ngwenya, Nyamirandu and Tambala after the deal

Ngwenya, Nyamirandu and Tambala after the deal

Presenting the donation to Football Association of Malawi (FAM) at TNM’s Head office in Blantyre, Chief Commercial Officer Dan Makata said TNM felt duty bound to assist the Flames campaign as the TNM brand is synonymous with Malawi football.

“TNM as the biggest sponsor of football through the Super League feels obliged to come to the rescue of our national team. As a brand, TNM is in football for long-term and is anxious to see the Flames qualify. Anything we can do to clear any hurdles they may face, we are always keen to do it, and this donation reaffirms that commitment,” he said.

Makata said TNM remains passionate about football development and will continue to explore more innovative avenues of raising funds for clubs and the national team.

“Our innovative approach to creating financial sustainability and soundness of clubs, that hitherto were either struggling financially or bankrupt, has proved effective as witnessed through the Sapota Mapeto SMS promotion. We are ready to go the next step to ensure that we contribute to the financial stability of the Flames. They’re are our pride and we can’t afford to let them down,” he said.

FAM President Walter Nyamirandu was all smiles when he received the donation.

“This concludes our fundraising initiative, which has been successful. I am grateful that it’s TNM which has made it possible at the 11thhour to complete the initiative. A draw is not an option for the Flames, we must get a win, as we’ve no excuse,” he said.

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12 thoughts on “TNM gives K5m to Malawi Flames”

  1. Atuweni Kalipinde says:

    Number 11, you are right if well advertised kuti anthu aziwonera, Tikhale Tcheru is a nice programme that will help everyone. Imaging like last week they showed about Vandalism, I for one knew the programme thru ma colleaque on FB who posted that he wanted to watch the programme and made me to watch, so if TNM can also boost that programme that will be nice coz it is a national programme.

    Bravo TNM

  2. Cosmas Mvula says:

    Ngakhale a TNM mwapeleka 5 Million, Programme yanu ya TIKHALE TCHERU pa MBC-TV ndi a Polisi muionjezerenso ndalama chifukwa imene ija ndi kawawa kuposa mpira.

    Bravo TNM, Bravo Malawi Police Bravo Tikhale Tcheru

  3. ONZO says:

    wayesesa wota.Tizidye sopano ndalamazo chifukwa flames nde zowina ndakaika

  4. Mulhako says:

    Bravo tnm-will reactivate my number-thanks,,,,,,

  5. Salima says:

    Why ILLOVO is not donating anything towards National Team but Walter is working with them, Walter something is fishy with your cry.Makapane why donating pamene illovo inasiya kalekale kuthandiza mpira koma iyeyu ndi wa Marketing Dept.

  6. za nosense ayi says:

    Anthu inu ndinalankhula kale za Big Nyamilandu,muja hule lija mumati Grace chiumia amatokota za kunyini kwake,nkulu uyu amalawi tizamulira after kupuma kwake.

  7. Havez al Sahalaaw says:

    A Nyamilandu chikwama china ndi chimenechi koma tizigawan equally osati muja umapangira muja. The most important thing is yathu ija: Don’t produce financial reports.

  8. mr soccer says:

    fam book need to audited anthuwa ndi mbava zo theratu……………..

  9. Danny says:

    Flames pamodzi ndi pasavute woyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

  10. prince says:

    BRAVO MR PRESIDENT

  11. Kanyimbi says:

    Koma skuti zisololedwe ayi. Ku FAM kulinso cash gate ya Phwee.

  12. messi says:

    Big up Walter, we are actually able to see how you stand up when it requires you most. It is not easy convincing these organisations to pump money to our flames. The football cycle should recognise this.

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