Super of Malawi (Sulom) incumbent committee led by president Innocent Bottoman will launch its manifesto in Blantyre Saturday.
The launching of the manifesto comes barely a day after aspiring candidate for the position of Vice-President Daud Suleman launched his on Friday.
Bottoman said they had taken time to launch the manifesto because they were considering a number of issues before rushing to do so.
“We were looking at a number of issues. Of course I don’t think we are late because we still have a month to go before the elections,” Bottoman said.
He said his committee had enough to deserve another mandate to run the league claiming that they have turned around the administration.
“What we are saying is that we the experience and determined to take the league to another level,” he said.
“It was not easy to bring sanity to the league. We have managed to gain the confidence and trust of our sponsors when they were contemplating to withdraw the sponsorship following a spate of violence which marred the 2013 season.”
General Secretary William Banda, who is also gunning for another term said there was no need to change administration when all is fine.
“You cannot change a winning team. You cannot change a winning formula. You cannot fix when its not broken,” Banda said.
Southern Region Football Association Treasurer Daud Ntanthiko, who came in the open to challenge Bottoman on the position of president launched his manifesto three weeks ago.