Luso TV has been ordered by Football Association of Malawi (FAM) to be responsible to fix the K25 million worth 26-seater Nissan Caravan bus before it is registered by Be Forward Wanderers.
Wanderers won the bus after a back to back victories over their age-old rivals Nyasa Big Bullets with a 5-1 aggregate score in a Luso TV football bonanza.
But the bus had a breakdown at Manjawira, Ntcheu when the team player were aboard in their way back to Blantyre.
“The bus has to be registered by the Dirrectorate of Road Traffic and Luso TV will have to fix it before handing over to Wanderers,” FAM Secretray general Alfre Gunda said.
The bus developed serious clutch plate faults spoiling the mood of the players.
Meanwhile, Wanderers vice-chairperson Gift Mkandawire said the bus developed the fault because the crazy players had to drive the bus each and everone even those that were not qualified drivers.
“It was free for all to drive and that affected the bus,” Mkandawire.
The bus has since been taken to Nissan Malawi garage in Blantyre.