Wanderers donate to Bullets: ‘A friend indeed’

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers on Monday buried the bitter rivalry with Big Bullets when they donated K200,000  (US$444) to Malawi champions to help them for their travel bill to Sudan for CAF champions league encounter with Al Hilal.

Chamangwana - Wanderers helping our neighours -Photo by Mphatso Nkhoma, Nyasa Times
Chamangwana – Wanderers helping our neighours -Photo by Mphatso Nkhoma, Nyasa Times

“We decided to contribute to Bullets trip to Sudan realising that they are representing the nation and carrying the Malawi flag,” said Wanderers chairman George Chamangwana when he presented the cheque to Bullets chair Kondi Msungama.

The presentation took place at Wanderers club house, Lali Lubani Road in Blantyre

Chamangwana said the money is part of the income they generated from their SMS promotion which they are currently running.

Msungama said the Bullets club was “grateful” to Mighty Wanderers for their kind gesture and that they have been “good friends in need and indeed they are friends”

“It sounds strange, but the rivalry is on the domestic scene. Wanderers are our brothers and we are grateful for their gesture. It might be looked at as something on the lower side, but to us it will help a lot and we hope others will emulate this gesture,” said Msungama

He then urged other well wishers to emulate the Nomads gesture by helping the team.

However, there were some mummering from Wanderers supporters to Bullets that they “should not cashgate” their donation.

The Nomads’ general secretary Mike Butao said: “This gesture is a confirmation that despite our domestic rivalry, we wish them well, it is the least we could have done, but we hope it will make a difference.

“The donation is from our SMS promotion, we know it is too little, but it’s more of a way of wishing them well and that through this gesture, others will also come forward.”

The People’s Team will face Al Hilal on Sunday in Omdurman.

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Lookhyz
Lookhyz
6 years ago

Ife ndi choncho…..wi help

Charlie Hebdo
Charlie Hebdo
6 years ago

That’s the way to go, Manoma.

balak boy
balak boy
6 years ago

Neba takuphunzitsa chikhalidwe choyenera.Love ur enemies aswel,koma paja amati fisi ndi fisi,zako izo!!!!!!!!!!

yemweuja
yemweuja
6 years ago

Waitha Nebour

Totolitotoli
Totolitotoli
6 years ago

GOOD GESTURE osamakhala ngati a Silver ma jelous ngati ndife timawauza kuti asapite ku CAF pamene iwo amakhala TNM champions,UMBULI BASI

Totolitotoli
Totolitotoli
6 years ago

82 If you do not have facts is better keep quite.The time Bullets detached from Wanderers in 1966/7 the team was not called Limbe Leaf Wanderers.Sponsorship from Limbe Leaf came in late 1970s when Wanderers was dumped by Stansfield Motors who was calling the team Yamaha Wanderers and by this time Wanderers was already playing second fiddle to Bullets which was then called Bata Bullets.Make proper research before you comment because it bores us who were there and know the story because the new generation may take what you are saying as gospel truth.

Mark Markc
6 years ago

Kukuthandizira kuti ukamenyedwe bwino Neba!

Mark Markc
6 years ago

Ingolandira Neba sizotokotatokota!siwasanduka masikini basi!

baggio
6 years ago

anthandiza ndani?mesa peleka Ndalama ya jimme zakazaka ndI alia kananji kkkkkkk

UTHMAAN ABDULLAH
6 years ago

NDE MUZITIKUMBA?KKKK.

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