Big Bullets ‘prodigal’ son Chimango ‘BlackBerry’ Kayira has said he is ready to return to the club if conditions they agreed are met.
Kayira was responding to a question on whether his public apology to the Bullets faithful on Sunday at Kamuzu Stadium meant he was back in the fold of the People’s Team.
“Of course, I have had meetings with Bullets management and talks are at an advanced stage.
“Should they fulfil what I want then I will withdraw my resignation and rejoin them. I love the team, but then there are instances whereby your personal interests are a priority,” he said.
He also confessed being nervous when he stepped on the pitch flanked by coach Eddington Ng’onamo and supporters committee chairperson Geoff Mbalati to gesture an apology to the fans.
Chimango took BB by storm when he unexpectedly left for Lilongwe with an intention to join Silver Strikers.
Bullets general secretary Higger Mkandawire and coach Eddington Ng’onamo on Sunday claimed the player had returned to the club following fruitful meetings he had with the executive committee.
Ng’onamo said: “The issues that were there have been sorted out and Chimango is back. I can assure BB fans that they will see Chimango in action soon.”
He also appealed to the supporters to accept the player’s apology, saying it came from deep down his heart.