Bullets, Nyasa sign sponsorship deal

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Super League champions Big Bullets and their sponsors Nyasa Manufacturing Company have officially signed their K500 million sponsorship deal.

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Bullets and NMC officials pose with the cheque

The signing ceremony took place at Atmosphere Bar in Blantyre on Monday morning in front of the media as well as officials from both sides.

Speaking during the function, Bullets chairman Sam Chilunga hailed the partnership between the two parties.
“They will be using our brand and in the process, we will be getting K500 million for the next five years.

“The partnership started way back in 2015 but we have officially signed the deal today so I am very happy with what is on the table,” said Chilunga.

On his part, NMC chairman Konrad Barco said he is proud with the partnership.

“I am proud that our brand will be associated with the people’s team. Our aim is to participate in the CAF Champions League next year.
“We will look after the player’s welfare and we will support the team all the way,” said Barco.

Bullets will be given K100 million per season for the next five years.

The league champions were without sponsors for the past 11 years and this deal will likely put a smile on their supporters’ faces.

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  1. Thus our peoples team. Ngati timasamba mkaka tilibe sponsor ndiye pano tizigona ndi kugudubuka mumkaka mommotu. Big up Nyasa.

  2. Nonse omwe mumanyoza B4 ward mwakwera yokumphwa kodi malo moyankhula za chamba zanuzo mukumanyoza club ya anthu otsogola.Imfe sitithandidzidwa ndi opanga chamba utsiluwo ku ndirande komweko

  3. Super League champions Big Bullets and
    their sponsors Nyasa Manufacturing
    Company have officially signed their
    K500 million sponsorship deal.

    The signing ceremony took place at
    Atmosphere Bar in Blantyre on Monday
    morning in front of the media as well as
    officials from both sides.
    Speaking during the function, Bullets
    chairman Sam Chilunga hailed the
    partnership between the two parties.
    “They will be using our brand and in the
    process, we will be getting K500 million
    for the next five years.
    “The partnership started way back in
    2015 but we have officially signed the
    deal today so I am very happy with what
    is on the table,” said Chilunga.
    On his part, NMC chairman Konrad Barco
    said he is proud with the partnership.
    “I am proud that our brand will be
    associated with the people’s team. Our
    aim is to participate in the CAF
    Champions League next year.
    “We will look after the player’s welfare
    and we will support the team all the
    way,” said Barco.
    Bullets will be given K100 million per
    season for the next five years.
    The league champions were without
    sponsors for the past 11 years and this
    deal will likely put a smile on their
    supporters’ faces.