‘Doubting Thomases proved wrong’: Mutharika to launch Bullets, Wanderers’ stadia construction

The construction of  stadia for domestic football powerhouses Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers  in Blantyre is expected to start this Thursday  June 11 2020 soon after President Peter Mutharika presides over the groundbreaking ceremony, government has said.

Design of the stadia project
Design of the stadia project
Design of the stadia project

Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture Francis Phiso  has said the works are estimated to take 104 weeks-  about two years.

“The contracts have already been signed, the contractors are already at the sites. So, we are good to go,” he said.

President Mutharika promised to build the stadia’s for the two giants last year and Treasury allocated K1.6 billion (K800 million) each in the 2019/20 National Budget..

The President will tour both sites—near Moneymen along Chikwawa Road for Bullets and Kanjedza Forest near Blantyre Teachers College for the Nomads.

Both Bullets and Wanderers officials have commended President Mutharika for fulfilling his promise and that they were pleased with the state-of-the art designs of their home grounds.

The People’sTeam chief administration officer Albert Chigoga said the country has reached  reached a stage where “ all doubters realise the fulfillment of the project”

 

Nomads general secretary Victor Maunde said the Lali Lubani Road side is thankful to the President  Mutharika and government for living up to the promise.

 

“The doubting Thomases have been proved wrong,” he said.

 

The two giants will now have a permanent home grounds.

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Jombo
8 months ago

Mr president more fire 🔥 pangani chitukuko mwathawi zose ma stadiums two ai uremu wanu ma team was Akhara zaka zochuluka popanda ma ground apa tingoti pitilizani kuchita zabwinozo 🤝

Nyekhwest .
Nyekhwest .
8 months ago

azindikira itatsala 10 days kuti tivote pa 23rd June, 2020
Mastsadium tinkanena aja sitinamange – mwala wa maziko siunaikidwe
Mombera university 0 pa 10

nyekhwe! nyenkhwe! nyekhwe! zipakirani baba

Bakali
8 months ago

Kamuzu built chichiri stadium when we had nothing. Development never stops even if there is famine.

Mwini muzi.
8 months ago
Reply to  Bakali

Never, the British built it.

msundwe
msundwe
8 months ago
Reply to  Bakali

Kamuzu never built Chichiri stadiumIt was built by atsamunda and it was called Langley stadium. Kamuzi was sworn in as prime minister at Langely stadium. That tells you ut was there before he even became prime minister

Stevwa
Stevwa
8 months ago

Do they not have roof what a rubbish who does that in this day of age

Bentby
8 months ago

Wasting your time gogo. You failed long time ago. No fan will vote for you just because you laid a stone. Ndipo sutopa kuika miyala. Mbombera, lithipe.

Benito
8 months ago

This is just campaign

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
8 months ago
Reply to  Benito

Yatha ma plan nkhalamba.

Livulezi river
Livulezi river
8 months ago

Za ziiiìiii !!
After winning the elections, you were sleeping, and neva dreamt of constructing the said stadia.
Simply because we’re having FPE , then you think soccer followers will vote for the dpp?
You’re failing to maintain BNS , a structure built by ur bro.
You’re even failing to look after Kamuzu stadium
Shallow minded fools.

Shady
8 months ago

Anamanga bwanji Bingu stadium ku L’s nde kuti amange ku Blantyre for the biggest clubs in the country NDE mwayamba ntoga ayufinso kudana ndichitukuko.Mukhumudwa kungomva kuti ndinu osutsa boma ndendichitukuko chomwe.

msundwe
msundwe
8 months ago
Reply to  Shady

bingu stadiun anamanha ndi ma china ndipo ndi ngongole yomwe tizabweza mpaka mibado 10 ikubwerayi. Izi ndiye zopepera akupanga a nkhalambawa

Gembe
Gembe
8 months ago

Mkulu oika Miyala is back

Goliati
Goliati
8 months ago

Koma gogo uyu p professor anamupatsa chifukwa cha bodza ndi kuba. Nalikukuti zoona angamange stadium

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