Mighty Wanderers have bought a 36-seater Toyota Coaster worth over K7 million. as one way to end transport problems, the clubs vice general secretary Chris Kananji has confirmed.
Kananji said the development follows discussions at the club that they were spending a lot of money in hiring bus to enable the team travel in away games.
“It is just a fulfillment of what we promised our fans ,” he said.
Kananji, who fetched the bus in Tanzania a few days ago, also said the bus will help transport after training.
“We used to spend more than K40, 000 a week for transport to our players after training, but now we will be using the bus for delivery,” said Kananji.
Sources said the Nomads have spend close to K11 million in buying and clearing the bus which was bought in Japan.
The Nomads used part of the K25 million donation from former president Joyce Banda to buy the bus.
Captain for Wanderers, Francis Mlimbika, hailed their executive for purchasing the bus.
“We would like to thank them for this timely gesture, and we promise to work hard during games. Let me also take this opportunity to assure our fans that we will bounce back and they should not worry that we are anchoring the log table,” he said.