The long awaited Tafic Annual General Meeting (AGM) was recently called off because the chairman was absent.
Humphrey Nawa was not available because he had to attend an urgent matter, regarding the welfare of the team.
“Nawa actually sent me to disperse the supporters who had gathered at YWCA hall in Francistown for the AGM after he got engaged in pressing matters pertaining the team,” Rapula Changana who is the chairperson of the supporters’ committee told The Voice sport desk.
Although Changana was not certain as to when the AGM would be called again, he promised that supporters should expect the meeting to be held anytime before the start of the new season.
He said Nawa merely asked him to go and tell supporters about the new developments which were beyond his control.
While he agrees that the adjournment was met with lot of criticism and shock Changana said: “The supporters later understood and dispersed because there was no way the meeting could go on without the presence of the chairman.”
He was however reluctant to reveal the nature of the urgent problem which forced Nawa to abandon the meeting.
“All what I know is that Nawa was engaged on others matters.
As to when the next meeting would be held that one I don’t know,” Changana said.
Meanwhile Tafic Marketing Manager, Warrant Kolola revealed that the AGM was partly to brief members about the current problems affecting the team and the issue of how people could buy shares from the
privately owned football Club.
Sharing Changana’s sentiments, Kolola said: “Truly speaking I don’t know when our AGM would be held but trust me; we are going to have the meeting in the near future.”