Malawi champions Big Bullets chairperson Kondi Msungama has said the club is in total madness over divisions within the team’s leadership which has now split the executive committee into two camps.
Msungama told reporters at the club’s secretariat in Blantyre that the club is in “total madness” and “complete circus.”
He said: “We are operating without direction because we are busy trying to pull each other down, instead of concentrating on our serious core duties to run the operations of the team and I fear for the future of the team.”
His comments come after a renegade committe led by first vice-chairperson Sadik Malinga fired general secretary Harold Fote during a meeting held at Nali Lodge in Mpingwe, Limbe on Saturday.
Msungama however said he is still at the helm and vowed to continue steering the ship.
“I am not going to resign,” he said, stressing: “ I will carry on. I am not going to resign, God fights my battles.”
Msungama was flanked by Fote, Trust Nkhoma, Innocent Chidzulo and Dan Mbebuwa.
While Malinga group is being backed by vice-treasurer Alex Gondwe, reinstated main supporters committee chairperson Isaac Jomo Osman, Stone Mwamadi, Chibambo and technical director Billy Tewesa.
Bullets supporters are demanding a financial report from Bullets executive on how much they had used during the 2014 TNM Super League, how much they have for the 2015 season, how much they used during the Comoros Islands trip and how much they are intending to use for the Sudan trip.
Furthermore, they are also asking the executive to help their player, Douglas Chirambo who is sick.
Bullets FC is expected to play Al Hilal Club de Sudan in two weeks’ time in the second round of CAF championship after winning against Fombon FC 3 to 2 on aggregate.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :