Bullets, Nomads stadia on the cards — Mutharika

President  Peter Mutharika has asked Blantyre City Council and Malawi National Council of Sports in conjuction with Ministry of Sports  to allocate two sites for construction of two stadia for Be Forward Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets.

Mutharuka promised new stadia for Bullets and Nomads
The President said  on Sunday during a whistle stop in the city of Blantyre, saying government is ready to help Nyasa Bullets and Mighty Wanderers to build their home ground own since the two teams have no playing ground.
Mutharika said as a soccer loving fan for the two teams it pains him to see that the two giants struggle during training since they do not have stadium.
“Malawi National Council of Sports and Blantyre City Council should liaise with the two clubs and find a suitable place where to construct their own stadiums for the government to support them financially,” Mutharika said.
In the past five years, under Mutharika’s leadership, government has constructed stadiums in various districts including Karonga and Mulanje, among others, which have attracted TNM Super league games.

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king
king
2 years ago

please give him the sites…he has few more stones to plant….kkkk cry of a gogo….he and his son chilima must leave the presidency

Ndatopa Ine
Ndatopa Ine
2 years ago

Mwambi oti akuluakulu ndi mdambo modzimira moto usinthe basi kuyambira lero ukhale akuluakulu ena ndi mdambo modzira moto. Nanga ameneyu akupangazi moto ukuotcha dzikoli uzima? Ameneyu sazathekanso basi!!

Roll Out ATI Now
Roll Out ATI Now
2 years ago

The best way to stop hearing this nonsense is to vote these thieves out of government. They make empty promises.

Sibweni
Sibweni
2 years ago

Campaign gimmick,even sports council management is full of crap,now I am not suprised officials at Sports Council & their ministry are bootlickers,no.wonder sports is going down.Kulephera kukonza BAT ground koma kupanga ma awards.Sports council is a shame.

CitizenX
CitizenX
2 years ago
Reply to  Sibweni

TRUE

Bibo
Bibo
2 years ago

Building stadiums for teams and yet there are no drugs in hospitals, roads are a mess, some airports need urgent attention, few factories are there to create jobs, schools need modernization, and people lack the buying power. Does this man reason well? Or maybe he takes Cocaine in his system? Why should private teams use taxpayers’ money to build their stadiums? This is what happens when you have people like Dausi and Mchacha surrounding you.

Chiswa B
Chiswa B
2 years ago

The report says Peter asked BCC to allocate land for construction of stadia for the two teams. It doesnt say he will construct the stadia. He asks the two teams to construct the stadia. Am i reading wrongly, may be

Roll Out ATI Now
Roll Out ATI Now
2 years ago
Reply to  Chiswa B

So, who is going to pay for the land? You are reading wrongly obviously, the says that Sports Council should liaise with the two teams to find a place for the construction of the two stadia, so that government can help the two teams. You have to be blind not to read that, this is cheap politics

Babatunde
Babatunde
2 years ago

Dad apa zavuta….siilani dziko ana!
Zoti SAA yasiya kubwela chifukwa cha Wenela airport mwauzidwa koma???

Gas Machine Head
Gas Machine Head
2 years ago

This is utter balderdash. Absolute bonkers! You have just been told that Chileka Airport is crumbling in front of your face and then you utter this nonsense about football stadia? Do you surely have advisors Mr. bogus Professor? Nonsense!

BEYADI
2 years ago

where is mzuzu stadium ? Where is mzuzu airport ? Where is Mombera University ?

nomad
nomad
2 years ago
Reply to  BEYADI

kukaya

chimanga
2 years ago

Your priorities upside down Mr President

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