Thom Mpinganjira pay Wanderers players bonuses to inspire them to beat Moyale

Mighty Wanderers President Thom Mpinganjira has motivated players ahead of their next week’s Airtel Top 8 opener against Moyale Barracks in Blantyre after paying them all outstanding game bonuses.

Wanderers FC President Dr Thom Mpinganjira (in suit) with his executive members

The business mogul has also settled some outstanding arrears including salaries for bar workers, team bus repairs, ground rentals and allowances for reserve players amounting to K2 million.

The Nomads board Secretary, Humphrey Mvula confirmed the good news.

“I can confirm that our club President has cleared outstanding arrears with the players and we thank him for this as he is committed making sure that the club is running smoothly,” said Mvula.

Captain, Alfred Manyozo Jnr hailed the President on behalf of his players saying this is a big motivation ahead of the 5ir Airtel Top 8 game.

“Our thoughts are with him and his family.We will continue praying for him and we love him, “said Manyozo Jnr.

Mpinganjira has also been responsible for the clubs k6. 3 million wage bill for the past 10 months

Lonely he has also spent close to K12 million towards the teams operations.

Salima Sugar are the Nomads sponsors to the tune of K60 million.

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Alli Mohamed
Alli Mohamed
28 days ago

Shame on Judges for jailing this important man

Albert Phiri
Albert Phiri
28 days ago
Reply to  Alli Mohamed

Wat do u mean so anyone can make a crime that also of this nature that to bribe the high court judges how can the country function if the judges go corrupt so my Freind Ali if he was acquitted then everyone could have done the same thing and go to a football club president as Mpinganjira has done and get away

Blessings
27 days ago
Reply to  Alli Mohamed

true bro. God is watching

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