FDH Bank dangles K3m for Malawi players to win against Uganda

FDH Bank, the official sponsor and number one supporter of  the country’s football team, the Flames has dangled a K3 million to the players if they beat Uganda Cranes Monday afternoon to qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) finals.

Levie Nkunika: FDH Bank Head of markerting and Communications

Head of marketing and Communications  at FDH, Levie Nkunika said in Blantyre yesterday that FDH will open investment accounts for the 30 squad players at First Discount House and deposit MK100, 000 in the individual accounts.

“This is a very crucial moment for Malawian football as winning this game means qualification for AFCON tournament. We hope the boys will leverage on this initial deposit and build a solid investment portfolios; we are aware most of the players in the squad play professional football and this is a perfect vehicle to invest for the future,” said Nkunika.

He said as the official sponsor of The Flames, FDH Bank is proud of the team and the progress the boys have made especially beating South Sudan with a crucial must win game against Uganda on Monday hence their decision to motivate the boys.

“No bank believes more in the potential of Malawi football than FDH Bank. We make growth possible and football in Malawi will grow and our investment will be contributing towards that growth.  We are part of the equation that will take the local game to greater heights.”

“We are proud to be associated with the Flames and we wish the team the best on Monday. We are rooting for you and we are calling upon all Malawians to support the team. Go Flames, Make Them See Red. We are going to AFCON!” said an emphatic Nkunika.

FDH is the official sponsor of Football Association of Malawi with K60 million annually for the National team and K90 million for FDH Bank Cup which totals a whooping K450 million.

The bank also sponsors the country’s netball team, The Queens to the tune of K360 million.

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Gogolozi
Gogolozi
1 month ago

apatseni onyata athu ndulama

Ernest Nyirenda
Ernest Nyirenda
1 month ago

3 Mita yadyeka basi

Bauleni
Bauleni
1 month ago

Good development but If you need money to motivate you to play and win a game of fooftball, something is seriously wrong. Play and win and the rewards will surely come. Prove yourselves first.

The Khumalos are racketeering
The Khumalos are racketeering
1 month ago

FDH and other gambling entities who instead of helping invest in the building up of the team, you rather wait for a matchday like gambling addicts, coming at the very end with your ‘bets’. Why don’t you get involved in some soccer development input programme eg contribute towards monthly player appraisal of the local league, introduce regular FDH soccer awards for junior leagues for instance and not just waiting for Malawi coming this close to qualifying and ‘bet’. Right now you could use the money to boost the team’s morale eg hire Dr Chiwoza Bandawe to coach their minds on… Read more »

Mwini muzi
Mwini muzi
1 month ago

This is how FDH bank have decided with their money. It’s their money.

Mulopwana
1 month ago

Cheap indeed. Lasting dexision shd always be make and not this publicity stunt as u await that yes that decision kikiki

National CEO
National CEO
1 month ago

FDH is an official sponsor of the Flames. Have knowledge of things in your country.

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