Bullets Burundian mentor Nsazwirwimo Ramadhan has hinted on staying longer than one month as initially arranged after the team beat bottom of the table team Karonga United 3-1 at Kamuzu Stadium to inch closer to the TNM Super League title on Saturday.
Nsazwirwimo has clocked a month in Malawi after arriving on 1 October from South Africa to help the team in the bid win a league title after 10 years.
But in an interview with Nyasa Times after the match the Burundian hinted that he would stay longer, but did not indicate the period he would stay in the country.
He also said the Super League race has now taken new twists and turns with the top three teams fighting to win while the bottom four teams fight against relegation.
“Who said that I will be here for one month?” Ramadhan said.
“The issue is between immigration and me and I don’t know where people were getting this [his staying one month] from. It’s only the immigration who knows how long I will be stay here.”
The development is contradictory to Bullets Chairperson Kondi Msungama who disclosed that Ramadhan, who was hired on a K1 million deal, would stay for one month to polish up the blunt striking force.
The arrival of Ramadhan for a second stint at Bullets has restored confidence and morale in the team as they have won all but one game under his tutelage.
Bullets have cushioned their top position with 53 to open up six points ahead of their hot title contenders Moyale Barracks and 10 ahead of Blue Eagles.
But Bullets have played one game more than Moyale and two more than Blue Eagles.