Wanderers’ Japanese player Nakamura waits for police clearance

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers have said they are waiting for a police clearance report from Japan to clear Genki Nakamura with Malawi Immigration Department for a work permit.

Nakamura showing his skills...

Nakamura showing his skills…

Immigration spokesperson Joseph Chauwa said they cannot give the player a work permit without a Police clearance report from Japan.

He said Immigration Department uses Police report to decide on issuing work permit.

“We need to know the criminal record of an individual before deciding on issuing work permit. It’s a normal procedure,” said Chawua.

Wanderers team manager Steve Madeira said they expect to get the report  this week.

“We expect the report this week and then get his work permit. He should be available for selection during this weekend fixture. The coach is ready to give him a debut in the TNM Super League,” said Madeira.

Nakamura got interested in Malawi through a friend who works for Japanese International Corporation Agency (Jica), according to the player

The Japanese plays as a striker, attacking midfielder and right winger.

His last club is Mohammedan Sporting of India but he has played for Bilisht and FK Tomori Berat of Albania, Sport Boys and Hijos de Acosvinchos in Peru, Cerezo Osaka (Japan), Saigon Port (Vietnam), VfbHuls and, DJK Tus (Germany) and FK TomoriBerat of Albania.

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6 thoughts on “Wanderers’ Japanese player Nakamura waits for police clearance”

  1. arfled dafter says:

    Oky,infact lets give him chance to show what he knows about football

  2. KWEENI MPULOFETALE says:

    Let him portray his skills here in Malawi, I can see he has played in so many teams around the globe, clearly indicating how well experienced he should be, so le us taste such expertise…dribble Genki scores Nakamura !!!

  3. Tt says:

    This is the same principle the USA and Britons use, employ your own and the money goes back to where it came from! That’s what you call aid!!!

  4. goodwellbanda says:

    Ayambe kusewera ameneyu basi

  5. Noma says:

    Please we need him to start playing with bello

  6. mjomba says:

    Excess luggage. Watumidwa uyu kuti aziwona mmene ma finances akuyendera ku Nyerere.
    pansi mtedza

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