By ADRIAN MWANZA -
THE Simataa Simataa-led City of Lusaka faction has banned the entire Justin Zulu headed club executive from entering the refurbished Vodafone Woodlands Stadium.
In a letter issued yesterday and signed by City of Lusaka football Club 2000 PLC 2000 General Manager Simataa, each of Zulu executive would not be allowed at the stadium because of the continued behaviour and disrespect for the owners of the club.
“Your conduct within the redundant executive committee of the club and their continuation of inappropriate acts and behaviour has brought shame to the reputation of the club,” the letter read.
Simataa said club board had also prohibited the entire Zulu headed executive from applying for membership until a time that a formal written apology was delivered to his City of Lusaka headed group and the Board writes back permitting their re-admittance.
“We would like to take this opportunity to inform you that the company can no longer allow these acts to continue on the premises due to this day 26th day of January 2O18,” he said.
He said the stadium belongs to the City of Lusaka football Club 2000 PLC and that if the Zulu group defied the order, they would be met with action from law enforcements.
“These guys should not even think of coming near the Stadium because we are going to take the necessary action,” he said.
Others who were written to are vice-chairman Kapalamula Njobvu, Dimoano Hang’angu, Jason Ngoma, Christopher Chilongo, Alex Njovu, Miranda Maabba, jenny Chilupe, Edward Litana, Edward Manda and Mbuna Mwanza.