Football Association of Malawi (FAM) President Walter Nyamilandu has declared his intention to contest for fourth-term in the forthcoming FAM Elective Polls which is scheduled to take place in December.
In a short statement which was televised live in local Television Station on Tuesday night, Nyamilandu said he decided to change seek for re-election after being approached by the affiliates.
“I have received overwhelming support and encouragement by members of the affiliates to stand again owing to the remarkable achievements that have been realized while I have been at the helm of office.
“ I therefore, cannot ignore the affiliates who have shown significant trust and confidence in me as the best candidate,” said Nyamilandu in a statement.
Recently, Football Legal expert David Kanyenda was quoted in the media saying incumbent FAM President Nyamilandu is cleared by the law to stand, this is in line with FIFA Statutes which was adopted in 2015.
Nyamilandu will face his errand boy James Mwenda who is FAM Vice President and three other candidates Moses Mkandawire, Balawala Vingula and Karonga United chairperson Alufeyo Chipanga.