Nyasa Big Bullets goalkeeper Vincent Gona has only received 1.6 million (about $2 310) out of the set amount K3.6 million (about $ 5 200) which was targeted to be achieved through the organized fundraising match between his side and Be Forward Wanderers in order to undergo surgery at Beit-Cure International Hospital in Blantyre.
The matched managed to gross k5.4 million (about $ 2 301) which was enough to cater for its targeted purpose.
In an interview, Bullets head of marketing Isaac Norman said that they still had a K2 million deficit after the match to cover the hospital expenses for their injured goalkeeper.
“The game grossed K5.4 million, but Bullets and wanderers equally shared the K3.2 million net; meaning it is our k1.6 million share that will go towards the treatment of Gona,” he said.
While wanderers are saying that their contribution to the treatment of Bullets goalkeeper was their participation in the fundraising not giving their share.
Meanwhile, Bullets are discussing with their executive committee in order to find other means to source the remaining amount.