Nyasa Big Bullets officials including incumbent chairman Noel Lipipa are not sleeping over the decision by former chairperson Kondi Msungama to seek a return to the club’s hot seat, accoding to Msungama.
Msungama accused the club’s board of trustees of plotting to run away with free, fair and credible elections and putting spanners to his campain.
He was commenting on a decision by the board of trustees to postpone the executive committee elections, claiming it was aimed at buying time for Lipipa.
However, Board of trustees secretary Jim Kalua the executive committee elections date has not been shifted, saying it remains February 11.
“The elections are going ahead on that date as agreed by the trustee,” said Kalua.
Msungama has since called for “level playing field” saying since he declared his interest to return to clubfootball management and stand as chairperson, “people are not sleeping.”
He also claimed there is a plot to bar him from contesting.
But Kalua said they are only following the electoral regulations, which among others, state that only those that do not have outstanding issues with Super League of Malawi (Sulom), Football Association of Malawi (FAM) or the club are eligible to contest.
Kalua said Msungama is scared of losing to Lipipa.