Lilongwe-based Luso Television has unveiled the26-seater bus a prize to be competed Blantyre based teams Big Bullets and Mighty Wanderers up in the Bus Ipite Bonanza.
Luso TV unveiled the bus on Thursday in Lilongwe ahead of the first clash on Boxing Day in Blantyre.
Representatives of the two teams—Christopher Kananji vice-general secretary for Wanderers and Bullets second vice-chairperson Austin Kasito— attended the unveiling ceremony.
Luso TV Station manager Dick Juma said apart from the bus, there will be other surprises.
“We are setting standards here as we strive to promote football. We expect competitive football and also a good treat for the fans. People doubted us but the bus is here,’ said Juma.
Meanwhile, Kasito and Kananji engaged in war of mind games on the bus.
“This bus is for the People’s Team,” said Kasito of Bullets.
“Our track record against Wanderers is very good so we can as well start celebrating that we are winning the bus,” he added.
But Kananji said: “ We cannot let our sponsors down as this bus was bought from Be Forward Limited.”
The two clubs nonetheless commended Luso TV for fulfilling the promise.