After being forced to quit as Big Bullets FC chairperson, Kondi Msungama has unveiled his ambitious plans to contest for Football Association of Malawi (FAM) executive committee membership position.
Msungama has become the second person after Chikwawa United owner Owen Chomanika to publicly declare interest to contest for a position at FAM elections scheduled for December this year. Chomanika is vying for presidency.
“I have contributed enough at club level for the past nine years or so and I feel it is now time to take a step further,” Msungama said yesterday.
The flamboyant former Bullets boss feels time has come for him to contribute towards football development at national level.
“In normal circumstances, the next step should have been to vie for a post at FAM affiliate level, but I already served as executive member of the Super League of Malawi (Sulom) for about four years,” he said.
Msungama added that he will soon court FAM affiliates to sell his agenda.
However, he said should there be need, he will be available to offer any kind of assistance to Bullets.
“I have no grudge against Bullets and when I look back, I feel proud with my achievements, especially guiding the team to win a double last season—the [TNM] Super League championship and the Carlsberg Cup—fulfilling my CAF Champions League participation promise, was also another feat,” he said.