Bullets FC have raised K2.2 million to enable striker Godfrey Masonda travel to South Africa for heart-related ailment treatment.
Bullets General Secretary Harold Fote said the team managed to raise the money for the expenses for the treatment and return air tickets for Masonda and his guardian.
Fote said the executive committee and trustees and well wishers have contributed money towards the treatment.
“I would not be comfortable to talk about this because it’s about somebody who is suffering but I can confirm that Bullets have managed to raise the money to assist our former striker get treatment for his heart-related in South Africa,” Fote said.
He appealed to well wishers to consider contributing more money for the player’s cause.
“I would like to appeal to all people who have been making arrangements to raise money for Masonda to give him because we don’t know how much will be needed for him to be treated,” Fote said.
Former Bullets chairman Malinda Chinyama and former General Secretary Higger Mkandawire also offered to assist towards the player’s treatment in South Africa.
Masonda, a promising star left for professional football in Mozambique but was not as successful.