Nyasa partners Energem for international bonanza

It is now confirmed, the pre-season international football club bonanza organized by Nyasa Manufacturing Company who owns and sponsors Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club will now be caller Energem International Bonanza.

Nyasa and Energem deal

This follows the signing of the partnership between the two sides on Monday 17th February, 2020.

“Introducing our new partner, Energem Petroleum Ltd, who have acquired the naming rights of the Nyasa Big Bullets International Bonanza and will now be known as the Energem International Bonanza,” the club announced though its website.

And speaking during a signing ceremony held at the club house in Blantyre on Monday afternoon, Chief Executive Officer Escort Chinula, the club intends to bring in a lot more partners.

“As a club, we are looking forward to [getting more partners] in our commercialization drive and one way of making sure that it’s really working, we must involve the corporate world.” said Chinula.

The competition which was inaugurated last year was at first named Nyasa Big Bullets International Bonanza.

 

Energem has bought the naming rights of the competition at a fee of K5 million.

 

Among other things, Energem will provide warm up kit to all four teams and dress ball boys.

 

Four teams namely Chicken Inn and UD Songo of Zimbabwe and Mozambique respectively are expected to be guests while Malawi will be represented by old age rivals Bullets and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers.

 

The aim of the competition is to sharpen up clubs ahead of a new season as well as strengthening partnership between local and international clubs.

 

Mozambican side Ferroviaro de Nampula won the championship of the inaugural pre-season  Bonanza last year.

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Nil
9 months ago

Next time raise the figure for naming rights

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