Minister Mhango re-elected president of Volleyball Association of Malawi

Minister of Information, Tourism and Civic Education Jappie Mhango has bee re-elected Volleyball Association of Malawi (VAM) president unopposed during an elective annual general meeting held at Sunbird Mzuzu.

Jappie Mhango: Re-elected as VAM president
Jappie Mhango: Re-elected as VAM president

Mhango, who was nominated by all regional delegateshas since pledged to continue securing sponsorship for the sport and also run the body professionally.

“I am happy that people have once again shown their confidence and trust in me. I have already started sponsoring volleyball leagues in all the regions and I pledge to continue securing other partners so that we should further improve the sport,” Mhango said in his acceptance speech.

Delegates at the AGM also re-elected James Kaunda as vice president

Jailosi Nkhoma was elected general secretary whereas Martin Hausi became vice-general secretary.

Florence Nthakomwa was elected treasurer while Ronald Mpaso was retained as VAM spokesman.

Executive members voted included Elton Ngombe, Lilian Msonthi and Metison Mussa .

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pido
5 years ago

This is a good issue. When people are at the top positions they should do sports and recreation activities for the benefit of the society and health. Onyo sanje

Kadushu
Kadushu
5 years ago

20 years as President, no sponsorship brought to VAM yet these people continue voting for this failure.

VAM will have to spend another 5years without sponsorship. idiots

Japson
Japson
5 years ago

He is Minister, DPP Campaign Director, MP, GS Malawi Olympic Committee and president Volleyball Association. This is not on, he is supposed to quit the sports positions coz he will be using his political muscle to advance his sports agendas. He almost contested against Walter.

Matey U .Mopiiya
Matey U .Mopiiya
5 years ago

It’s high time VAM stopped electing politicians this will turn the organization into a DPP wing.

Malawi wa Lero
Malawi wa Lero
5 years ago

This man knows how to play his cards well. There is a symbiotic relationship with Mr thomas of Raiply. The Raiply boss plays the mafia tricks-he looks for influential guys in govt and he got Japie. Paid for his campaign during elections(so he also did with Obama Chiumia) so that he can do what he likes with his company.harvest trees in Viphya and pay very little to govt. Bring in his relative amwenyes to work without proper documents. Half of Expatrite indians at Raiply have AIDs and they are sleeping around with Malawian girls and peoples wives without being investigated… Read more »

The Analyst
The Analyst
5 years ago

Komatu nde kumusankhira kumuopatu! Or kungoti ali ndi ndalama basi? And why do people keep themselves this busy? You have a family – a very huge responsibility. You are an MP and a minister – other demanding tasks, now you are the President of Volleyball Association. Cant you see that you are pulling your already inelastic mind hence straining and making it lose focus? One thing is expected: you have to do well in one department and fail miserably in others. Unfortunately, one of these are the govt roles; which have a bearing on progress of the country. As such… Read more »

PPPP
PPPP
5 years ago

Good example Honorable Minister that when you are given a position like that of a minister you stop being human. It’s an example to all in a higher position. Life goes on. Congratulations to you and also Mr. Mpaso and everyone of you. Keep the fire burning.

chimphonongo
chimphonongo
5 years ago

Unsubscribe ukuthalero awachotsa awa

Llo
Llo
5 years ago

Welcome Bwana

John Banda
John Banda
5 years ago

Munthu ndi Minister, osawasiyirako ena bwanji zinazi inu mutangwanike ndi kuyendetsa boma.

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