Nyasa Bullets are yet to apprehend billboard saboteurs a month after dangling a K500,000 bounty to be offered to anyone who lead to the arrest.
Nyasa Manufacturing Company offered K500,000 in a bid to get hold of the vandals who destroyed billboards in Limbe and Chichiri Round About days before the official launch of the K500 million sponsorship.
Nyasa chairperson Sam Chilinga said the company had not yet paid the money because the vandal is on the run despite that he was traced.
He said they would only honour the pledge after the arrest is made.
“We managed to get information from well wishers and tracked down the perpetrators to their residential areas. This led to the arrest of accomplices but not the architects,” Chilunga said.
“We have just started and we will do everything possible to have brought before the justice.”
During the official ceremony held in Blantyre the vandalism of the billboards spoiled a historical event held at an up-town lodge.
Chilunga visibly annoyed and seething with rage warned that Bullets would leave no stone unturned to smoke out the culprit.
Bullets believe that the culprits are agents who have never wished the team well after securing a landmark sponsorship deal.