Bullets FC received a K5 million boost from a unknown Good Samaritan who deposited their money in their account.
The club chairman Kondi Msungama, who is with the team for the Coromos CAF assignment told a local radio that he was informed that some unknown well wishers have donated K5 million.
But a well placed sources at Bullets have revealed that Airtel, which had earlier pledged to assist the team with the same amount, has offered with strict conditions anonymity.
“Airtel has offered the money but they indicated they should remain anonymous to avoid contractual clashes with their rivals TNM sponsors of the league,” said the source.
“Some people thought its National Bank because the money was channelled through the bank .”
National Bank has said it did not make the donation saying the money was just deposited into the team’s account with the bank.
Bullets needed a K15 million rescue package from TNM League sponsors to bail them out which is an advance payment for an SMS promotion.
Bullets will face Fomboni FC on Sunday in the first leg of the CAF Club Champions away with return expected in two weeks time in Blantyre.