Namisonga general secretary Joster Mwazani Chisale on Tuesday confirmed that the stable is boxersâ€™ new hot destination.
“Several boxers whose actual number I need to check have made inquiries to join us. We cannot be signing every boxer, so we will be calling them for assessment,” Chisale said on Tuesday.
The amateur boxers for the stable are Wisiki Kapachika, Lyson Nzonga, Israel Kamwamba, Petrol Brown, Tinkhani Kamanga and Aubrey Masamba. Limbani will face Malani Kayuni on April 29 at Motel Paradise in what will be Namisongaâ€™s debut.
“We are new in the boxing business, but we are consulting for this to be a top fight. We will pay attention on security as sometimes people are put off from bouts due to security fears,” Chisale noted.
The stable, whose services are complemented by a state-of-the-art Ayaya City Gym, which is another Namisonga subsidiary, has six boxers with Limbani Masamba as the only professional boxer.
The gym, which is open to the public at K2 000 ($11) per month or alternatively K200 (about $1.19) per day; and the stable are babies under Namisonga, a registered business entity whose board of directors comprise lawyers, marketers, accountants and managers.