Wanderers turmoil as chair Sikwese resigns, says ‘things are getting out of hand’

Mighty  Wanderers club chairperson Simon Sikwese has resigned barely a day after the  club main supporters committee suspended the executive committee except him.

Simon Sikwese: Steps down amid chaos at Wanderers club

Club general secretary Victor Maunde and treasurer Robert Mbedza  earlier resigned as crisis continues to brew at Lali Lubani Road outfit.

“I have my personal integrity to protect and I believe things are getting out of hand,” said Sikwese.

He said there is no way he could stay on  after hearing that the supporters committee had suspended the entire executive committee.

“It was only after I contacted the supporters committee chairperson [Melvin Nkunika] that he changed his tune to say I was an exception.

“They cannot make such decisions without consulting. It means as a club we have lost direction.”

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wakalekale
1 month ago

ku Malawi kuno bullets ndi wanderers fans ndi amene akulepheretsa kuti clubs should start operating professionally.
kudachuruka ma savage ongofuna kudyera team at the expense of players. No wonder amakakamira pa gate.
unfortunately FAM entertain them.

Dambolangalu
Dambolangalu
1 month ago

Pangani za mpira neighbour please.

Lego
1 month ago

So the supporters have more powers than the executive,it sounds so strange to me?

Che pichesi
Che pichesi
1 month ago

Sad. Why letting savages to have power

Wariya
Wariya
1 month ago
Reply to  Che pichesi

Because they are in majority

Concerned Bonafide Malawian
Concerned Bonafide Malawian
1 month ago
Reply to  Wariya

Organisations/ entities are run by policies not majority. Policies have direction of entities, vision & mission not just waking up from one’s home & thinks he does not like A, B, C or D then gets that fired……. retrogressive kind of operations that should not be entertained at all

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