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Nkana fans committees dissolved by EXCO

Zambia Super League side Nkana has with immediate effect dissolved all fan committees. This is according to a press statement from the club made available to the ZamFoot Crew.

According to the statement, the decision was arrived at during a Nkana Executive Committee meeting held on Thursday, April 30th at Nkana Stadium.

The Nkana club Executive Committee has with immediate effect dissolved all fans/supporters Committees at all levels nationwide. In a meeting held at Nkana Stadium on 30th April 2020, the Executive Committee passed a unanimous resolution to dissolve all fans/supporters Committees with an exception of the choir groups.

” The Committees dissolved are the National fans/supporters Committee, Nkana supporters trust, Nkana supporters bureau, and all-district committees. The move is aimed at enforcing the club’s vision and strategy in view of the current challenges facing the club.”

The Club has also warned the public against dealing with anyone claiming to be representing an association affiliated with the twelve time Superleague champions.

“Nkana football club would like to warn the corporate world and members of the public at large that any dealings with an association or committee purporting to be affiliated with the club will be done at their own peril. In addition, the club would like to warn all individuals purporting to be representatives of the club or impersonating an official of the club of possible criminal prosecution. The club will issue further directions on the re-constitution of the fans/supporters committees in due course.”

Nkana football club would like to express its sincere gratitude to all the loyal members of the club for their continued support in ensuring success and stability at the club.

The Nkana Executive Committee’s decision comes on the back of wrangles between the Committee and the fans committees who have petitioned Mopani to send the club President Evaristo Kabila and CEO Charles Chakatazya on indefinite leave.

Kabila also came out and questioned the people who wrote the petition as to what right they had to do so.


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