Door still open for Mambwe, says Musowoya
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By MOSES CHIMFWEMBE –

MEDICAL Stars vice chairperson, Joseph Musowoya has said the revelation by Football House that Green Sikapizye was the club chairperson should bring to an end the differences that had rocked the FAZ Division Two side.

Musowoya said the executive committee should now concentrate its efforts on seeing how best the club can bounce back to the elite league unlike fighting over positions.

He said the door was still open for Alex Mambwe to contribute to the club, adding that the services of the former chairperson still had a lot to render to Medical Stars.

Musowoya said in an interview yesterday that Mambwe should not feel abandoned now that Football House did not recognise him as club chairperson because Medical Stars was ready to accommodate any member with positive ideas that would contribute positively to the welfare of the club.

He said the executive committee was focused on managing the affairs of the club properly now that the matter had been resolved.

Musowoya advised all club members who were eyeing positions in the committee to follow the right procedure.

“We are happy that we have been proved right, but not all is lost for Mambwe. Our doors are still open and if he wants to be part of the committee, let him follow the right channel and contest for a position he feels like. What we don’t like is a situation whereby someone comes in to hijack the club. People should use the right channel,” he said.

Mambwe had last week, in his capacity as Medical Stars chairperson, issued a statement against the Football Association of Zambia (FAZ) move to engage Chintu Kampamba as Chipolopolo assistant coach.

But Sikapizye, Musowoya, treasurer Samuel Billima and committee member Ng’andwe Kalungwana denounced Mambwe as been at the helm of the club prompting them to write to Football House seeking intervention in the matter.

And Musowoya said the club had received an exculpatory letter from secretary Mathews Chisenga for alleged misconduct.

He said the committee would soon meet to chat the way forward on Chisenga, who had backed Mambwe to be chairperson for the club, a move that prompted the committee to institute disciplinary action him.

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