Big Bullets executive committee is set to determine the way forward today following their failure to get financial and performance reports from their predecessors.
The club’s general secretary Harold Fote said despite asking the previous committee to provide the reports, nothing has come up.
“When we contacted them, the response they gave was that the reports are at the clubhouse without elaborating.
“So, the issue will be tabled again by the executive committee on Wednesday evening to determine the way forward,” said Fote.
The new executive committee was handed a task to get the reports from their predecessors complete with supporting documents.
The move followed a resolution by the annual general meeting (AGM) held at their clubhouse in Blantyre that failure to produce the reports after the said period would lead to legal action.
The club’s board of trustees’ chairperson James Busile sought the views of the members on the way forward following the previous executive committee’s failure to present the reports.
Said Busile: “The general assembly has spoken. We’ll now liaise with the new executive committee to ask their predecessors to present the reports. No time frame has been given, but we feel one week will be enough, failing which we’ll have to abide by the general assembly’s resolution [to seek legal action].”
However, the previous committee’s treasurer Jossam Msosa said it would be difficult for him to prepare a financial report because when he took over, the handover process had not been finalised.
“And as I stated, I resigned before the end of the season,” said Msosa.