Kamuzu Barracks (KB) Football Club management has replaced general secretary Staff Sergeant Steve Kakuza with Captain Prince Majiga to manage the daily affairs of the club.
Kakuza has been deployed to other duties as per chain of command of Malawi Defence Force (MDF).
In an interview on Tuesday in Lilongwe both Kakuza and Majiga confirmed the changes.
“I am no longer the general secretary of KB. I am going for other duties, though I am still in the system. Currently, I am still in transition process with new GS,” said Kakuza.
On his part, Majiga said he will work to realise the plans set by the outgoing general secretary.
“There are already plans and targets set by the outgoing executive committee and I will work to achieve that.
“Our target is to finish in the top four and fight for trophies. We hope to achieve that when the league starts,” he said.
Despite the league suspension because of the raging Covid-19 pandemic which has brought all sporting activities to a halt worldwide, KB are not relaxing.
Said Majiga: “Together with the technical panel we have set training guidelines for players in line with World Health Organisation guidelines on prevention of the spread of Covid-19 like social distancing.
“Some of our players are training at Kamuzu Institute for Sports while others right here at the barracks. We mainly are focusing on physical training on individual basis.
“Most of our players are servicemen and physical training is part of their routine.”
Last season KB finished sixth in the league but were runners-up in the Fisd Challenge Cup after losing to Blue Eagles in the finals.