The development comes in the wake of a concern from the team that the bulk of politicians who pledged towards its cause are yet to honour their promises.
Bullets business development committee head Geoffrey Tamutamu claimed that so far, only Foreign Affairs Minister Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika honoured his K500 000 (about $2 994) pledge.
Tamutamu claimed that those that are yet to honour the pledges include Vuwa-Kaunda himself (K100 000);Â Yusuf Matumula MP (K250 000); Deputy Minister of Health Ralph Jooma (K50 000); Deputy Lands Minister Reverend Christopher Ngwira (K70 000); John Zingale MP (K50 000); Joseph Tembo MP (K50 000); Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) campaign director Ken Zikhale-Ngâ€™oma (K50 000) and Cecilia Chazama MP (K50 000).
â€œAs I am here in Lilongwe, I will try to get in touch with Hon. Vuwa-Kaunda to help us collect the pledges since he was the one who mobilised fellow MPs and politicians to make the pledge,â€ said Tamutamu.
He also said the other MP who assisted towards the cause was Khumbo Kachali who assisted them with K50 000 out of goodwill.
While confirming that most of the MPs were yet to honour their pledges, Vuwa-Kaunda said it was the responsibility of Bullets executive to follow up on the matter.
â€œBullets should use their Central Region structures to follow-up with those that are yet to honour the pledges,â€ he said.
The minister assured that he would honour his pledge.
Others who honoured their pledges included businesspersons Jimmy Koreia-Mpatsa (K200 000), James Chuma (K25 000). The team also received K60 000 from Auction Holdings Limited.