Super League of Malawi (Sulom) will hold its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on June 25 in Lilongwe where, among several items on the agenda, will be the adoption of a new constitution.
“Notice is hereby given to all Super League of Malawi affiliates of the 29th Annual General Meeting of the Super league of Malawi to be held on the June 25 2016 at Lilongwe Hotel from 9am.
“Also present will be Super League of Malawi [Sulom] executive committee, secretariat of Sulom, Football Association of Malawi [FAM] representative, Sulom auditors and constitutional review team,” reads the AGM notice signed by general secretary Williams Banda.
The affiliates have been asked to forward proposals and questions to Sulom secretariat.
“Please note that all proposals and questions should be submitted to Sulom secretariat on or by June 20, 2016 and shall be addressed at the AGM in line with the Sulom constitution.
“Further be advised that all official documents shall be forwarded to all affiliates (7) seven days before the annual general meeting. Kindly note that the agenda shall be received on or before June 20, 2016,” the notice reads.
Banda said there will also be reports from Sulom auditors, president, general secretary and treasurer.
Meanwhile, most of the clubs say they will wait for the agenda before sending questions.
“We hope to get the agenda seven days before the AGM as the constitution stipulates,” Mzuzu University (Mzuni) FC general ecretary Khumbo Kumwenda said.
Some of the changes in the new constitution include removing voting rights for executive members, obligations and rights of teams.
The new constitution also spells out Sulom’s obligation to share broadcasting rights revenue.
Sulom in March 2015, appointed a constitutional review committee comprising Gilbert Mittawa, Happy Mkandawire, Dr. Macdonald Mafuta Mwale, Dan Mbebuwa, Henry Kakhuta Banda and chairperson Dr. Dan Kuwali. n