By Our Reporter
Let Nyamilandu, Sulom and Clubs Report to Police.
One of the legal practitioners based in Lilongwe who watched the TNM Super League match between Beforward Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets at the Kamuzu stadium in Blantyre on Saturday is calling for an immediate police investigation into the violent conduct that took place at the VIP stand.
Some irate individuals believed to be sympathysers of the Football Association Malawi (FAM) first vice president James Mwenda misbehaved to a point of forcing the FAM president Walter Nyamilandu to leave the stadium earlier.
The lawyer, who did not want this publication to disclose his identity stressed that the police already has leads which can enable them to take all the perpetrators of that violent conduct to book
“It is very simple, and I believe Dr Nyamilandu, Sulom, Wanderers and Bullets should report the matter to Police and make sure that the one behind that should be taken to task,
” We cannot pretend not to know what is going on, that is likely to put the image of the game into disrepute and let the police investigate the matter, we cannot tolerate that violent conduct likely to cause bleach of peace destroy our beautiful game,
“Some individuals are busy building a very good image of the game to the corporate world while some selfish individuals are busy hiring criminals to cause trouble at our stadia just for their personal gains, this must be investigated,” he said.
A senior corporate manager at one of the banks in Blantyre, Franklin Kabingu expressed the same views and quickly advised that criminal activities should not just go unreported.
” Its a shame, for someone to hire criminals to cause trouble at the VIP stand where most decision makers in the sponsorship of the game sat,
“And how can one become a leader of the football organisation with such criminal conducts, this must be put to a stop and let the security agencies investigate the matter,” Kabingu said.
In a related development, several affiliates in the capital city, Lilongwe are said to be receiving death threats for being believed to be sympathizers of the incumbent FAM president, Walter Nyamilandu.
The Football Association of Malawi goes to an elective general assembly in December at a venue to be announced soon.
Meanwhile the Karonga United chairperson, Alufeyo Chipanga, Moses Mkandawire, James Mwenda and Walter Nyamilandu have expressed interest to compete on the position of FAM president.