Big Bullets FC wil hold an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) after their Presidential Cup final match against Moyale Barracks.
This is an attempt to sort out differences that have arisen between the executive committee and one of the trustees, Kinnah Phiri. The development follows a meeting that the clubâ€™s chairperson Malinda Chinyama had with the boardâ€™s chairperson, James Busile.
Bullets were thrown into a fresh turmoil early this week, when the executive committee refused to attend a meeting called by Kinnah to discuss finances, arguing that it is against corporate governance ethics.
â€œI had fruitful meeting with the chairperson of the board [Busile] and he understood our position.
â€œI explained to him that in accordance with the clubâ€™s constitution, Kinnah has no powers to call for an extraordinary general meeting and that if at all he [Kinnah] had issues, then he was supposed to raise them through the trustees chairperson.
â€œSecondly, we did not want the misunderstandings to distract our preparations for Sundayâ€™s game. So, it was agreed with Mr. Busile that if anything the meeting should be arranged after the final game,â€ said Chinyama.
Kinnah has been accusing the executive committee of not being accountable and in turn the Bullets leadership said it was Kinnah who was interfering with the operations of the club.
Chinyama insisted that trustees are supposed to intervene in the operations of the team only when there is a crisis through their chairperson. He also accused Kinnah of holding meetings outside the clubâ€™s set-up.