Be Forward donates football equipment at Mbayani Primary School

Be Forward Mighty Wanderers left an indelible mark at Mbayani Primary School in Blantyre after donating football equipment on Thursday afternoon.

Be Forward Wanderers presenting balls to Mvayani school teachers
Be Forward Wanderers presenting balls to Mvayani school teachers
Wanderers donate balls to Mbayani primary school
Wanderers donate balls to Mbayani primary school

In a  colourful function, which was attended by Be Forward top  Officials, Wanderers Chairman George Chamangwana, General Secretary Mike Butao and Wanderers executive Supporters   received massive patronage from pupils.

The  Carlsberg Cup Champions  donated  balls and pumps.

Wanderers general secretary, Mike Butao, said the donation was historic and said it was their sponsors wish to continue develop football in the country.

“We discussed with the sponsor and it was agreed that we should make a donation. This was made possible because of the support we get from the sponsor otherwise we could not have made the donation. Therefore, we  would like to thank our sponsors for this kind of donation,” he said.

Butao said the donation was to mark the start of a relationship between  Be Forward Wanderers  and the school.

Deputy Headmaster   Damiton Nkhoma  thanked Be Forward Mighty Wanderers for choosing the school to be its partner among several schools in the country.

Nkhoma said the donation has come at the right time when they are preparing for the Mayors Trophy which is scheduled to kick-off soon.

He  took advantage of the donation to narrate some of the challenges like insufficient school blocks  as among problems the school encounters.

After the donation, the sponsors drove to MDC Stadium where they watched the team train ahead of their Sunday’s Fisd Cup quarter finals against Zolozolo at Kamuzu Stadium.

This is not the first time for Be Forward  Wanderers and their sponsors to donate football equipment in this country, as in July 2015 they also donated assorted items valued at over K3 million at  Nsambamwali Primary in Lirangwe.

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