Delegates for Sunday’s Nyasa Big Bullets FC extraordinary general meeting (EGM), will comprise trustees, executive committee, regional and main supporters committee.
The club’s board of trustees chairperson James Busile and acting general secretary Kelvin Moyo confirmed the development yesterday.
Busile said all is set for the EGM scheduled for Lilongwe, which among other issues will discuss club ownership, reviewing the composition of the executive committee and reviewing and amending the club’s constitution.
The agenda also includes resolving the stand-off involving players, executive and main supporters committee.
On his part, Moyo said: “Apart from the main supporters committee, the four regional committees will each be represented by five members.”
On July 5, Bullets supporters committee petitioned the trustees to call for the EGM aimed at addressing what they described as “urgent issues”.
Some Bullets supporters are planning to propose the team’s take over by the sponsors.
Meanwhile, the club’s technical director Billy Tewesa has joined the clamour in supporting Nyasa’s take over.
“Sanity can only return to the club if Nyasa take over the club’s ownership,” he said.n