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Mbulakulima wants Kamanga to vacate Football House

ELIZABETH CHATUVELA, Lusaka
FORMER Movement for Multi-party Democracy Milenge Member of Parliament Mwansa Mbulakulima has advised Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) president Andrew Kamanga to resign and pave way for a fresh leadership.
Days after he made a call for the Kamanga-led executive to resign over what he termed poor leadership, the former legislator has written to the FAZ chief to relinquish his position.
In a letter dated October 12, 2021 and addressed to Kamanga, Mbulakulima wants the FAZ president to resign and pave way for a fresh leadership.
Mbulakulima, a former FAZ executive member, alleges that Kamanga has, among other things, failed to provide leadership.
He also said that Kamanga, who was elected on the principle of accountability and transparency, has allegedly failed to achieve the results which he promised the councillors who first ushered him into office in 2016.
“As a former FAZ executive member, lawmaker and senior member of the Public Accounts Committee at Parliament, it is part of my duty and responsibility to hold each other as leaders accountable.
“You, Kamanga, was elected on the principle of accountability and transparency while achieving the desired results. Alas, what we have observed is failure after failure and an attempt to CLICK TO READ MORE




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