Walter Nyamilandu leaves Illovo Sugar Malawi

President of Football Association of Malawi (FAM), McMillan Water Nyamilandu Manda leaves his full time job at Illovo Sugar (Malawi) plc at the end of this month.

Walter Nyamilandu: Leaving illovo
A statement from the company has however not hinted why Nyamilandu was leaving the job.
Nyamilandu joined Illovo  in 1999 as a sales representative and rose through the ladders as national sales manager, corporate affairs manager and head of domestic sales.
“Walter played a fundamental role in spearheading the new route to consumer and ably adopted the group commercial imperatives for the Malawi business,” says the statement in part.
The statement says Nyamilandu had been a wonderful ambassador for Illovo business.

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Maxwell mmeta
Maxwell mmeta
7 months ago

This is not true I know him

SAMUEL SAIZI SAIZI
SAMUEL SAIZI SAIZI
7 months ago

preparing himself for DPP vice presidency kkkkkkkkkk

ndadabwa
7 months ago

Peter mutharika has promised water nyamilandu a ministerial position hence his leaving

cynthia Katundu
cynthia Katundu
7 months ago

Mmmmmm let him go ………

tung'ande
tung'ande
7 months ago

He knew he will be jobles that is why he bribed his way at FAM shalom

Ndadabwa
Ndadabwa
7 months ago

Who cares

Peter
Peter
7 months ago

20 years wooohh congrants

Mtete
Mtete
7 months ago

Was he pushed or did he call?

Mtete
Mtete
7 months ago
Reply to  Mtete

Read “or did he fall?”

Che Belo
Che Belo
7 months ago
Reply to  Mtete

Was probably pushed, but who knows.

Rhaaaaa!
Rhaaaaa!
7 months ago

Chigumula ku lllovo! Who will survive?

Gwaridi
Gwaridi
7 months ago

Maybe Dwangwa and Nchalo United will secure sponsorship

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