Be Forward Wanderers football club on Sunday elected a new executive committee which saw most winners going unopposed despite the elections ending prematurely.
Former executive committee member Samuel Sikwese has been trusted to lead the nomads as chairman of the executive committee and went unopposed after the former chairman of the club Gift Mkandawire announced not to seek re-election.
Speaking to wanderers supporters after the appointment, Sikwese asked all wanderers supporters to work hand in hand as they try to bring back the lost glory at the club.
“As chairman of the executive committee, I will look into things affecting the club and put in good systems such as a transparent financial system and no executive member should be loaning his personal money to the club but rather the club generate ways of finding money. I urge supporters to know and take their role in helping the club,” said Sikwese.
Sikwese will be deputised by Chris Kananji and Andrew Mwadala who also went unopposed on the positions of first vice president and second vice president respectively.
Victor Maunde who was team manager for the club during the 2019 season following the resignation of Stevie Madeira is the team’s general secretary with the only female in the committee Adele Migogo going unopposed as vice general secretary.
Amid protest from angry supporters, wanderers board of trustees endorsed both Mphatso Jika and Davie Pemba as full treasures for the team following a tight contest between the two which made it possible to choose committee members.