Wanderers rising star Omega back to his roots: Nomads claim Bullets bewitched player

Mighty Wanderers rising star Omega Mhone is back at his home  village in Nkhata-Bay after showcasing only in  two games for the Nomads as he is reported not feeling well after being featured in an encounter against Big Bullets.

Mhone, who was nick-named Omegadihno by Wanderers supporters stormed the Lali-Lubani Road from Kasungu where he was playing for Mchenga  FC and Ekwendeni Hammers in Mzimba.

The pint-sized midfielder mesmerised fans in the Nomads first game against Epac FC before finding it tough to find the rhythm in the second game against Big Bullets, as he was tamed well by Douglas ‘Section 65’ Chirambo.

However, the Nomads fans were surprised not to see the player in their games against Mafco FC, Mponela United, Blantyre United and Chiradzulu Medicals.

Omega Mhango (centre) .Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Omega Mhango (centre) .Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Controversial Mighty Wanderers general secretary David Kanyenda told Zodiak Radio sports programme on Wednesday that Omega  has gone  back to  his home village as he is not fit and well.

Kanyenda alleged that Big Bullets has bewitched the player because immediately after being featured against them that is when he started complaining of unknown sickness.

“Ask Bullets because they have bewitched our player because they knew it he was a talented player. But all in all we will know what to do in order to protect the player,” said the outspoken Kanyenda.

However, Big Bullets general secretary Higger Mkandawire laughed off Kanyenda’s claims when Nyasa Times called him.

Ha ha ha ha! Kanyenda is a comedian and we do not respond to his statements, ha ha ha koma David,” said Mkandawire.


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