FISD restores water supply at Bingu National Stadium

FISD Limited, a Malawian company that also sponsors the FISD Challenge Cup, has embarked on a very important project that will see Bingu National Stadium accessing free portable water.

Inside Bingu Stadium

The country’s biggest stadium has had no water for a considerable period of time as it was failing to foot its water bills besides electricity bills.

Minister of Youth and Sports, Ulemu Msungama, courted the company on the problem and FISD Limited never hesitated to come in with help in a project that will cost between 50 and 100 million Kwacha.

On Thursday, the project was launched and all is going on very well.

An official from FISD Limited, Jack Kujaliwa, told journalists that as a Malawian company, this was one way of serving Malawians.

“When the minister contacted us some time back, we told him we would do a study. We had two options; either to tap water from Lingadzi River or just drill water from within.

“We discovered it was easier to drill it right there. We will install solar panels and a pump and connect the water to all the pipes that were put in place at the facility,” explained Kujaliwa.

FISD Limited is a company that deals in irrigation and other farming technologies.

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Tonse
Tonse
13 days ago

Good development, however, I got questions
1. Who awarded this contract?
2. Was this contract advertised? If yes ,how may companies or bidders did apply?
The tendency of a person/ministers discussing a contract with a supplier is an engine to corruption. ACB should investigate this. If we continue watching this as a country will not go far.

Real
Real
13 days ago
Reply to  Tonse

Mybe I don’t understand English, but it says HELP, zachifundo. Do we do tenders on gifts?

Last edited 13 days ago by Real
Mabvuto
Mabvuto
12 days ago
Reply to  Tonse

Let’s read the story carefully , it said the minister asked for assistance , and FISD as Malawian company thought it wise to assist , so where on Earth people tender assistance please guys lets have sober mind , lets not read between lines

Kanyimbi
Kanyimbi
12 days ago
Reply to  Tonse

The problem of negative mind on everything. Why should ACB investigate charity work? Kodi mukatumiza ndalama kwa agogo anu ndiye a ACB akufufuzeni?

Madubeko B H
Madubeko B H
11 days ago
Reply to  Tonse

It a charity work or a Donation or a CSR (Corporate social responsibility) no need for ACB noses here

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