Some Central Region Mighty Wanderers supporters are demanding the immediate removal of the clubâ€™s general secretary David Kanyenda.
Among other things, the disgruntled fans are accusing Kanyenda of lacking respect for supporters from other regions except the South and being undiplomatic in his comments in the press.
The resolution was made during a meeting called by the teamâ€™s Central Region supporters committee at Lilongwe Community Centre ground on Thursday. The meeting, which was chaired by the committeeâ€™s chairperson, Erec Nkhoma, was also attended by supportersâ€™ main committee chairperson Yona Green-Malunga.
One of the organisers of the meeting, Kim Kamau, confirmed issuing a five-day ultimatum to Kanyenda through Malunga.
â€œWe felt that Kanyenda does not have the welfare of the players at heart and that his press comments are sometimes undiplomatic and promote hatred with other teams.
â€œAs the clubâ€™s CEO, it was also felt that he is not doing enough to promote the campaign for Carlsberg Malawi sponsorship,â€ said Kamau.
He said the supporters agreed to give Kanyenda five days to step down, failing which, the executive should remove him.
â€œWe presented a letter containing our grievances to Malunga to present to the executive committee,â€ said Kamau.
However, Kanyenda on Sunday refused to comment on the issue.
â€œWhether it is true or false, I have no comment to make,â€ said Kanyenda.
Malunga confirmed receiving the letter from the Central Region supporters.
â€œI attended the meeting as an observer and main supportersâ€™ committee chairperson. I will present the letter to the executive committee. I am told supporters from the Northern Region also held a similar meeting, but I am yet to be briefed on the outcome,â€ said Malunga.
Nomads chairperson George Chamangwana said he could not comment on the issue as he was yet to be briefed on the matter.