Rashy says Nomads ‘Sikonjoyera’: New boss Sikwese vows to put ‘house in order’

Newly elected Be Forward Wanderers FC chairperson Symon Sikwese said his work is cut out to bring sanity to the Lali Lubani Road outfit as they seek revival in the forthcoming season.

 Wanderers Club trustees boss Rashy Gaffer: Find means

Sikwese was ushered in unopposed during the elections held at the club house in Sunday for the positions of chairperson alongside  vice-chairperson Chris Kanaji and new general secretary Victor Maunde who had no contenders as well as new vice-general secretary Adelaide Mignogo.

“We need to put in place systems that can move the team forward,” said Sikwese.

Sikwese said Wanderers need radical transformation over roles and responsibilities of  trustees, executive and supporters.

He also called for financial prudence at the club and the commercialisation “ is the best way to go.”

Sikwese said: “We need to put our club house in order.”

The club’s trustees chairperson Rashid Gaffer told the new committee to roll up their sleeves to sourcing funds for the club.

Kuno sikonjoyera [This is not a place where you will enjoy life]. This is a place where you are supposed to find  means for acquiring finances fro the club,” he said.

Former chairperson Gift Mkandawire pledged to support the new committee.

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2 years ago

What happened to Steve Madeira ?

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