Nyasa Bullets leadership change: Lipipa now gaffer, Chilunga axed: Hassan Jussab back

Nyasa Big Bullets FC extraordinary general meeting (EGM) held  in Lilongwe on Saturday decided to sack chairman Sam Chilunga and replaced him with former treasurer Noel Lipipa at the helm.

Noel Lipipa: Returned as Bullets gaffer
Noel Lipipa: Now at the helm of Bullets
Chilunga: Ousted as Bullets chair
Chilunga: Ousted as Bullets chair

Bullets supporters committee petitioned the  club’s board of trustees to call for the EGM for reviewing the composition of the executive committee and reviewing and amending the club’s constitution.

During the meeting, trustees, executive committee, regional and main supporters committee agreed to change the Bullets executive and deposed Chilunga.

Chilunga said he is not surprised with the turn of events, saying he saw it coming.

He said there has been people within the club who have been brewing “confusion” and frustrating his efforts.

The Bullets indaba concluded that Chilunga has failed in running the affairs of the club.

The delegates defied calls by sponsors Nyasa Manufacturing Company not to fire Chilunga if they want something good for the club.

Delegates  resolved to appoint Lipipa as the new chairman, with Hassan Jusab coming back  as his deputy. Jussah has been previously chairman of the club and led it to league titles.

Kelvin Moyo was returned as the team’s General Secretary,with Alex Gondwe being appointed Bullets’ Treasurer.

Stone Mwamadi has returned his position as the club’s top fan, with Bruno Gama coming in as the vice chairman.

There was also a proposal for the team’s take over by the sponsors.

The club’s board of trustees chairperson James Busile said the new executive will get down to business immediately.

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