Big Bullets chairperson Kondi Msungama claims there is an internal witch-hunt against him within the club’s management.
“I cannot mention any names at this stage, but suffice to say there is internal dirty politics behind the scenes.
“We are not pulling in the same direction because some of my colleagues are trying to destablise the team by misguiding the players so that the team’s performance should be affected and in the end it should look like I have failed which is a very sad development,” said Msungama.
He said as the team’s leader, he is trying to address the situation.
“It is not a healthy situation, but it will be addressed because it is not worth it to advance our personal egos at the expense of the team that is dear to millions,” said Msungama.
Bullets general secretary and spokesperson Harold Fote confirmed that there is indeed some politicking within the executive committee.
“There are some executive members who are involved in acts of sabotage such as inciting some players to stage a strike, but they will not succeed. It is an issue that is seriously being looked into and if need be, we might seek the intervention of the trustees,” said Fote. n