Be Forward Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets on Thursday embarked on a noble joint cause visiting some Blantyre City Primary Schools to encourage pupils on the importance of education before donating assorted items such as learning materials and footballs.
The Blantyre based football giants visited Maela and Chirimba Primary Schools led by Teresa Huang.
Wanderers players; Francis Mulimbika, Jabulani Linje, Alfred Manyozo jnr and Peter Nselema were present, while Fischer Kondowe, Pilirani Zonda, Chiukepo Msowoya, Yamikani Fodya and Ernest Kakhombwe represented Bullets.
Bullets donated K660,000.00 towards the purchase of the learning materials at Maela Primary School, while Wanderers donated footballs and pumps to both Chirimba and Maela Primary Schools.
Be Forward Wanderers Captain Francis Mulimbika encouraged them to work hard in class if they want to live a better life in future.
He urged the pupils to put God first in everything, and also advised them to be polite to their teachers.
In his turn, Bullets captain Chiukepo Msowoya advised the pupils to study hard, and warned them to avoid had behaviour such as taking alcohol and indulging in sexual relationships.
Teresa Huang, a Representative from My Tsogolo Magazine, which is championing a reading culture in schools applauded the two clubs for accepting to be involved in the noble cause.
She said players from these two clubs are perceived as role models in the country hence have power to influence and inspire pupils to further their studies.
My Tsogolo Magazine will be launched on December 11, 2016 at Cross Roads Hotel in Lilongwe.
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