Rivals Ngwira, Chalira battle for Malawi women football committee hot seat

Outgoing National Women Football Committee (NWFC) chairperson Suzgo Ngwira and her deputy Severia Chalira are expected to battle for the committee’s hot seat when the women soccer body goes to the polls on Sunday, December 9, 2012 at Chiwembe Technical Centre in Blantyre.

Ngwira and Chalira have not been seeing each other eye to eye since they rose to the helm of the body four years ago.

The two were also in different camps when Football Association of Malawi (Fam) went to the polls last year with the Blantyre based Ngwira supporting the Henry Chibowa camp while Chalira from Mzuzu affiliated to the Walter Nyamilandu grouping that swept the votes.

According to information gathered from the Fam secretariat, the two will now come face to face during the polls which will also see Catherine Mkuntha and Anne Mseteka fighting for the vice chairmanship.

Sugzo Ngwira: Seek re-election

Caroline Phiri from Lilongwe is expected to go in unopposed on the post of general secretary with Winnie Kayuni and Mkuntha battling for the treasurer’s post.

It is not known if Mkuntha will be asked to chose one post between vice chair and treasurer.

Zondiwe Namasani, Clara Luhanga and Patricia Damalekani are the candidates vying for executive member positions, according to the list  sourced by Fam CEO Suzgo Nyirenda.

The following is the list of people and the positions they are vying for;

Chairperson: Suzgo Ngwira, Severia Chalira,

Vice Chairperson: Catherine Mkuntha and Anne Msetaka

General Secretary: Lina Mtegha and Cathy Chikandula

Vice general Secretary: Caroline Phiri

Treasure: Winnie Kayuni and Catherine Mkuntha

Zondiwe Namasani, Clara Luhanga and Patricia Damalekani will contest for executive committee positions.

The NWFC is an affiliate of FAM.

In a related development FAM has announced that it will hold its AGM on 12th January 2013 where NWFC is expected to be represented.

Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :

Sharing is caring!

Follow us in Twitter
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Read previous post:
Malaiw U-20 lose to South Africa 0-4 in Zone VI Games

Malawi national soccer team Under-20 kicked-off this year’s Zone Six Games in Lusaka, Zambia on a bumpy note following their...