Big Bullets have announced that they will hold their annual general meeting (AGM) in the second week of February.
The club’s general secretary Higger Mkandawire told The Nation on Wednesday that they are currently preparing three-year reports to present during the AGM.
“The AGM will be in the second week of February, but we are yet to come up with the actual date. The reason we want to have the AGM early is to allow the club to prepare for the 2014-2015 season. We want continuity of the club,” said Mkandawire.
He said apart from reviewing the performance of the team for the past three years, the AGM will also prepare for the team’s future. Mkandawire said he will not seek any position during the elections.
In a separate interview, Bullets chairperson Malinda Chinyama also said he will not seek re-election.
“I believe I have done my part and other people should come in. Managing a club consumes a lot of time. Now, I have to concentrate on other things,” said Chinyama.
Under Chinyama and Mkandawire’s leadership, the club won Presidential, GOtv and Orange Partners trophies.
It also made headway in its commercialisation drive by establishing a clubhouse and also running promotions.