Nyasa Big Bullets duo of Hassan Kajoke and Chimwemwe Idana has vowed to achieve more at the club after extending their contracts with the TNM Super League champions.
Kajoke, who was runner-up to Golden Boot Award winner Khuda Muyaba with 17 goals last season, extended his contract for another three years that will see him at Bullets up to 2023.
“I am very happy with my contract extension. I got promoted to the senior team and ended up scoring 17 goals in the top league and I believe I can do better in the 2020 season. I am looking forward to more successful seasons with the club,” said the striker.
Idana, on the other hand, has signed a new two-year deal that will keep him at the club until 2022.
“I am very delighted to have extended my stay at the club and I am looking forward to achieving more success with Bullets,” he said.
Both Kajoke and Idana are products of Nyasa Big Bullets Reserves and were promoted to the main team in 2018.
Zimbabwean coach Callisto Pasuwa is credited with having trust in the up-and-coming players who helped him defend the TNM Super League, despite protests from a section of the club’s supporters.
Other up-and-coming players that played a big role in Bullets’ dramatic 2019 TNM Super League success are Nixon Nyasulu, Charles Petro and Players of the Season Award winner Peter Banda.
The up-and-coming players also had a good run with the national football team, the Flames.