Kamuzu Stadium reopened: Teams sign MOU to curb violence

The Football Association of Malawi (FAM) in conjunction with the Super League Association of Malawi (Sulom) on Thursday lifted the ban on Kamuzu Stadium after it was closed due to violence.

In a meeting which took place at FAM offices in Chiwembe, where all football stakeholders signed a memorandum of understanding to curb out violence at the football facility, FAM general secretary Sugzo Nyirenda said after further consultations they were satisfied with their agreement.

“At exactly 12:05 were are now lifting the ban on the use of Kamuzu Stadium after the signing ceremony on an M0U to curb out violence during football matches at Kamuzu Stadium,” said Nyirenda, to the applause of football supporters.

FAM CEO Sugzo Nyirenda pose with Wanderers and Bullets top fans....Photo Jeromy Kadewere
FAM CEO Sugzo Nyirenda pose with Wanderers and Bullets top fans….Photo Jeromy Kadewere

The lifting of the ban is with an immediate effect, meaning the stadium is ready for any local matches.

Nyirenda also said Sulom is waiting Mighty Wanderers officials to write them on their plea for their ban at the stadium to be lifted as well.

“We want all Blantyre teams to enjoy the facility and it is up to Wanderers officials to write Sulom for their ban to be re-considered, “said Nyirenda.

During the signing ceremony, military teams and civilian teams showed solidarity to curb out violence and shook hands to show the end of their differences.

Yona Malunga assuaring Gome Zakazaka of no violence at Kamuzu Stadium....Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Yona Malunga assuaring Gome Zakazaka of no violence at Kamuzu Stadium….Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Sugzo Nyirenda and Tiya-Nsomba led the meeting....Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Sugzo Nyirenda and Tiya-Nsomba led the meeting….Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Group photograph after the signing in ceremony....Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Group photograph after the signing in ceremony….Photo Jeromy Kadewere

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