Wanderers, Bullets get buses from Mutharika

Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers  have received the buses pledged by President Peter Mutharika.

The two buses
Bullets players and officials stand in front of their new bus
Wanderers new bus

The President made the pledge during a rally he addressed at Nyambadwe Primary School ground in Blantyre  last week after a groundbreaking ceremony for the two teams’ stadia projects.

Mutharika made the pledge following a request made by both teams as well as Football Association of Malawi president Walter Nyamilandu.

On Monday, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, Francis Phiso handed over the buses at City Motors premises in Blantyre.

With both teams’ officials and supporters, the Minister made the handover, but declined to make comments.

Wanderers general secretary, Victor Maunde and Bullets Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Escort Chinula said they were happy that finally the promise has been fulfilled.

“We are greatful to Mutharika for this donation,” said Maunde.

After the handover, the buses were directed to parade through Ndirande township, a place believed to be home for Bullets and then to Bangwe for Wanderers fans.

Presidential spokesperson  Mgeme Kalilani indicated that the purchase of the buses was done by Mutharika’s personal money.

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GOLOGOLO
GOLOGOLO
8 months ago

FROM PERSONAL MONEY? ATHU MWALEMERA HETIIII MUKUBWERA OLO SIENTA MUNALIBE

achalume
achalume
8 months ago

anthu mwatani kodi? whether the buses belonged to Malawi Posts is nothing. what matters is the buses have been donated to Bullets and Nomads. What is your problem??

United
United
8 months ago

If DPP falls and the New Government can prove that the former President did request Post Office to use their coaches for this gift which still has a outstanding loan of k200 million can they force the former President to pay??? Considering it was Not approved Government transfer? Should MCP demand the return of Government Property obtained illegally when the clubs are innocent. Believe this will be another loan the DPP Government had and new Government will continue to pay like tractors from India without obtaining any benefits. For sure the Director of the Post Office should be Fired at… Read more »

Vitu
Vitu
8 months ago

Kodi blue book ya ma bus amenewa yapelekedwa kuma teams ?
Palembedwa kuti Owner ndi ndani.

Just thinking aloud.

Barristers United
Barristers United
8 months ago

Malawi must enact a LAW similar to one in Zimbabwe The Unexplained Wealth Act which the Anti Corruption Body uses when investigating the ultra rich. Where somebody cannot explain where their wealth came from are in danger of having it seized.

che nnungu
8 months ago

The buses belong to Posts they were not bought. Ndi bodza basi look at the serial numbers

Malawi citizen
8 months ago

These are post offices busses. Check the serial numbers..Bus number KLQ 6136DFR whose registration number was BW 7920 has been given to Be forward Wanderers. City motors was painting them. Politicians learn to say the truth. This is why people are so angry . Indeed Babylon is falling.

guest
guest
8 months ago

kodi ma blue book apelekedwanso??? why kutenga ma bus a MPC kupeleka kuma club??

Malawi belong to the citizens

Peter Munthalika breaks rules and ndimbava.Amangofuna votes.

Stanley Mdala
Stanley Mdala
8 months ago

The two buses were not bought out of his.pocket.It is taxpayers money. He is a liar.He is doing it for campaign purposes. Who is going to vote for this useless President. His 11th hour is today. He is right now finalizing packing his bags. After midnight we are having Chakwera and Chilima forming new government. He is too old to develop the country. The country requires innovative and transformational leadership. This man encouraged graft and corruption in the country. He got involved in Zameer Karim and Police rations scandal. He has also imported tons of cement for his own use… Read more »

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