Walter says not president for life at FA Malawi:  Won’t score fifth term

Football Association of Malawi (FAM) president Walter Nyamilandu has said he will not stand for a fifth term when his current mandate ends next year.

Nyamilandu: Stressed that he was serving his last term.

The soccer governing body goes to polls next year.

“I shall not be a candidate,” Nyamilandu insisted.

“I will continue to exercise my functions as FAM president until that election,” he said.

Nyamilandu has also said he will not impose his successor or endorse a candidate.

Possible candidates circulating on social media platforms  include first vice-president James Mwenda, executive members Daud Suleman, Daud Ntankhiko and Jabbar Alide.

Nyamilandu said affiliates are better-placed to pick his successor.

 

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Morgan
4 years ago

Adada manda u have made such pronouncements before. Should pipo trust you now?

ArsenioChimphamba
ArsenioChimphamba
4 years ago

Zankutu!! Mudankhumutsa amene anali ndipassion ya football. Stay for life there.

Nox Nthambi
Nox Nthambi
4 years ago

So you have decided not to seek another term after messing up football in Malawi. Go thee well Mr Nyamulandu and l don’t think football lovers will miss you but soccer mad country will be nursing the wounds you have left in football circles.

zikomo
zikomo
4 years ago

Bwana walter all the best……kumeneko ndiye kukhala

Billy Chilewani
Billy Chilewani
4 years ago

Walter has FAM as his personnal estate supported by his bought affiliates. Let him stay for life and make sure that the national team is at position 240.

LEGO
4 years ago

That’s the way a well educated and civilized person behaves.So proud of you Walter

China
China
4 years ago
Reply to  LEGO

He is an educated savage and a cornball. Wabaiba zamkwana

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