Mulli to bankroll Chitipa Utd: Jappie and Vuwa contribute on bus

Businessman –cum-politician Leston Mulli has  promised to help Chitipa United with cash that will be used to clear a bus that was bought by the club but has been held by the Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) at Songwe boarder since January this year.

Mulli (r) made the pledge in Chitipa

Cabinet ministers Jappie Mhango and  Simon Vuwa Kaunda have also pledged to contribute.

Nyasa Times understands that there was a deficit of K2.5 million for the 32 seater bus which was held by MRA on January 15 and Mhango will coffer K1 million, Vuwa Kaunda will help with K500,000.00 while Muli Brothers Limited will give out K1.1 million to save the situation.

The task force that was mandated for the purchase of the bus has said people should take politics away from this remarkable gesture by these three personalities.

Spokesperson for the task force, Pickford Kamanga, says he hopes the bus will be cleared by the end of this month.

“Chitipa United came up with a great idea of purchasing this bus. We extended our begging bowl to everybody. We hope to clear the bus by the end of this month.

“This is not the first time that Honourable JappieMhango and Vuwa Kaunda have helped us. As Chitipa United, we are happy with the assistance they have given us regardless of their political involvement,” Kamanga told Sam Banda of Zodiak Broadcasting Station (ZBS).

Mulli said he will also assist Chitipa United with kits.

“Chitipa football club represents this district and we are committed to help the football club wherever possible , so the bus will soon be here and I ask the chairman to come to our office to collect footballs and jerseys, ” said Mulli.

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Bibo
Bibo
2 years ago

What is he doing in Chitipa and northern region since he said DPP is for the Lomwe? The north does not need Mulli dirty money.

Malemu Pitala
Malemu Pitala
2 years ago

Take the money and run! It’s taxpayers money or the money for Covid 19.

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
2 years ago

Get the money and vote Chakwera, simple.

M Cheka Chilenje
M Cheka Chilenje
2 years ago

Brilliant

Mchacha
2 years ago

You better get the money soon before these bastards lose the election. Otherwise you will not get it.

Mwene
Mwene
2 years ago

Looking at the faces in the picture none of them can convince any Voter, they all look already Defeated.

Extra Point
Extra Point
2 years ago

PMulli is not bank rolling Chitin United. Bankrolling means financing operations of the team in this case. But Mulli is only giving MK1,100,000 only towards the bus clearance. He has also pledged to provide kits for the team. Kits are just cheap. With less than MK3,000,000 one can dress the whole team. This is not bankrolling. Mulli remember he has just received from MK11,000,000,000.00 ( MK11 billion ) from Malawi Government. What he is giving is just 0.01% of what he got. Can tribalist Mulli bank roll Chitin? come on please don’t blind fold people. Good title should have been… Read more »

alpha
alpha
2 years ago

akuti task force says people should take away politics from the gesture……..shaaa! awo avala za dpp anali pa msonkhano wa tchalichi?
koma kaya ndi ubulutu, mask si ovekela zibwano please chonde . most dpp politicians akujambulidwa ndi mask ku chibwano, ndi chani kodi?
Mulli mask ku chibwano,kupereka moni pa manja……, amangwetu

Chule
Chule
2 years ago

Its part of your money, Koma mu polling booth chooooongu Chakwera basitu, chulebwantasa.com

alpha
alpha
2 years ago
Reply to  Chule

agree…

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
2 years ago

Landirani it’s part of the 11 billion ya misonkho yanu then inu Choooonguuuu for Chakwera – Tonse alliance

Kalipo
Kalipo
2 years ago

and then handshaking

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