Trouble is slowly brewing at Nyasa Big Bullets after some disgruntled supporters penned the committee seeking audited financial reports for the People’s Team.
The irate supporters are demanding that the committee should produce financial reports, starting from the donation from the former head of state Joyce Banda.
Led by former supporters committee member, Bowman Phiri, the group also wants financial reports regarding the Sapota Mapeto draws as well as proceeds from the Al Hilal and Fomboni matches.
“It is not about being power hungry but being realistic with the figures,” he said.
Phiri accused Bullets trustees of failing to monitor the situation.
“This is a serious issue but the trustees are paying a blind eye. It seems they have their own interests. They were supposed to intervene in such issues to avoid ruining the team,” he said.
However, Bullets board of trustees’ general secretary Jim Kalua faulted the supporters for taking inhouse issues to the press.
“They should have channeled their grievances to us and not the media. If they have any problem, they should contact us. Otherwise we have a system in place that enables us monitor operations at the team,” he said.
Bullets supporters chairman Stone Mwamadi said Phiri and others were power hungry because they used to reap from the team.
“Remember they were chased because they used to steal money. Instead of the players benefiting it was them that used to benefit,” he said.
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